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Some Facts About Cougars Cougars have the largest range of any mammal in the western hemisphere, from Canada all the way to Patagonia, found in all types of habitats: deserts, mountains, jungles, and even cities. Cougars are surviving in U.S. even though there have been...

Hyenas are hugely misunderstood and are absolutely incredible animals, and they have some amazing abilities. Some Facts About Hyenas Although they appear similar to dogs, they are actually more closely related to cats. Spotted hyenas live together in large groups called clans that may include...

We are pleased to introduce you to our wolf hybrids Bleu and Loki! Bleu is a 200 lb Timberwolf hybrid. He arrived in 2014 and came from an abusive situation, but has come a long way since. It took a while for him to warm up to...

PrideRock takes care of three American black bears. Rowdy, a male, and Coco and Toro, females, each live independently in their own homes, but are close neighbors. They are pictured below in the order listed above! Rowdy, Coco, and Toro are the first bears to...

This week we ask ourselves, “What do big cats do, as far as their diet goes?”,  and we go behind the scenes to see what’s involved. It’s no easy task feeding a big cat, but there’s dedicated hard-working staff and volunteers to help, and the...

It's officially 2018 and we hope that everyone had a safe and exciting Holiday Season! This is a time of resolutions and reflections, and we are not immune to the feeling of hope and excitement that is abundant in this time of year. At PrideRock, we...

Even though PrideRock is not open to the public, Christmas cheer can be found all over the sanctuary. Wreathes, bows, signs, and lights have adorned enclosures and trees, and the animals happily watch this all appear. This tradition of decorating is a time of hope...

Leaves are falling like gentle rain at PrideRock Wildlife Refuge, and the Texas heat has lessened to lovely crisp days. Winter is not far away. The animals are very rambunctious and happy about the weather change, and the golden autumn light highlights their already spectacular...

After years of hard work PrideRock Wildlife Refuge has been GFAS verified! The Global Federation of Animal Sanctuaries (GFAS) has deemed the PrideRock Wildlife Refuge meets all of the requirements for verification, and is a true sanctuary. To read the press release, click the link...

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It is an exciting time out at PrideRock Wildlife Refuge. Animals and employees alike are privy to the feeling that a bountiful amount of progress and improvement is just over the horizon. It’s expansion time at PrideRock Wildlife Refuge, and there is nowhere to go...

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