Llamamos a las autoridades, imponer una pena de cárcel a estos traficantes que están matando a nuestros guardianes de la selva. Delante de nuestros ojos están cometiendo estos delitos en contra nuestra biodiversidad. --- We are calling out to the authorities to enforce a jail sentence for those traffickers who are killing the jungle guardians. In front of us, they are committing these crimes against our precious environment.
Please join CCF for a very special night in San Francisco for ‘Meet A Cheetah’ on March 2nd! We invite you to join us in celebrating the cheetah with a very special visit from an ambassador cheetah. Food and drink will be provided along with a raffle full of fun prizes. 100% of the proceeds will come to CCF.
There is a limited number of Standard and VIP tickets, so get them while they last! (Link in bio) Please note we offer group pricing discounts for parties of 2 or 4. Get your friends together for the celebration and join us.
This is an educational fundraising event. CCF and The Wild Cat Education and Conservation Fund are trained and licensed in the care and handling of wild cats. Both organizations are actively engaged in the effort to end the Illegal Wildlife Trade. CCF is fortunate to have the support of partner zoos and aquariums around the world. Cheetah Ambassadors provide an educational experience for our event guests. The cheetah ambassador for this event has been confirmed and is scheduled however, availability may change and CCF cannot guarantee a cheetah will be in attendance.
Should you choose to post about the event on social media, we expect that you do so in a respectful manner and in line with CCF's mission. Link for more details in bio! 🐱
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New Arrivals, maybe.
It seems that our young ostrich’s have laid some eggs!!!! Not to get too excited with their first time as more often than not with ostrich’s this young the first few eggs are not fertile and will not develop into baby ostrich’s. We will leave them here in the ostrich enclosure so that the momma can learn to care for her eggs.
However, this is a HUGE milestone for these young birds.
The back story on these young ostrich’s. They came to Philip's Animal Garden about a year and a half ago right after they were born from an ostrich habitat here in the Caribbean as a donations. At their original home the baby ostrich’s being born had low chances of surviving and the operators of the habitat sent the babies to Philip's Animal Garden to see if we could help nurture and care for them to help improve the survival rate. Well, as you can see after lot’s work and around the clock caring and feeding with a whole bunch of love tossed in the once baby ostriches are now strong young adults and are working on making babies of their own. Maybe not this time, but certainly in the near future there will be little hatchling ostriches running around Philip's Animal Garden.