St. Augustine Wild Reserve
Looking for something different and exotic to do on your vacation? The St. Augustine Wild Reserve provides guests with a rare chance to see wild animals up close! This facility houses over 50 large mammals ranging from tigers, lions and ligers to wolves! There are also over 30 smaller mammal species including exotic squirrels, coati mundis, foxes, white-tailed deer, and various barn animals. Here, you can get within feet of a 600-pound lion even see the flecks in his eyes.
The founder of the St. Augustine Wild Reserve, Deborah Warrick welcomes visitors to the Reserve by scheduling a tour appointment. Unlike a zoo that is open to the public all the times, the Wild Reserve offers private tours of their facility. Guests to the Reserve will go on a tour of the 7-acre compound, receiving an introduction of the animals and how they ended up there.
The mission of this non-profit animal Reserve is wildlife education and conservation. They will also transport the exotic animals to schools, churches, and other programs for educational presentations so that people can learn and understand about wildlife conservation. For a truly educational and inspiring experience contact the St. Augustine Wild Reserve for a tour!