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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...

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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...

[caption id="attachment_1577" align="alignleft" width="640"] Andrea explains about the animals mind, Chakras, remote healing and wellness basics.[/caption] According to www.Spiritanimalwisdom.com, Andrea Sobotka, affectionately known as “Critter Doc,” connects with animals on all realms for wellness and understanding. Andrea provides holistic healing, wellness, and a voice between you...

Top 10 Things about PrideRock Wildlife Refuge (in no particular order) the animals the people-owners, staff, volunteers, interns, board members the care and attention the animal receive beautiful landscaping quiet, peaceful, serene atmosphere private facility-it is not a zoo or exhibit but a true sanctuary ...

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