Education for all ages

Media Relations Specialist Robyn Wheeler tells a scout troop about the various big cat toys and what they do to them.

Youth Presentations

PrideRock Wildlife Refuge will come to your school, youth group, library or scout troop. No, we can’t bring live animals but we can bring plenty of other items. Among our visual aids are 2′ X 3′ full color posters of each species of animal at the sanctuary, many toys we give to our cats and even some whiskers and fingernails that have fallen out. We also have audio aids including recordings of lions roaring, wolves howling and bears, well, making noises. Your students will learn why PrideRock exists, how our animals got here and even have an opportunity to make a donation to help out the sanctuary.

Public Schools and Day Cares

  • your choice of flat fee or asking children to donate their coins for a brief period. The classroom that donates the most change will receive a prize for all of the children in the classroom.
  • If the above is not an option due to company guidelines, PrideRock asks for a $250 donation.

Libraries, scouts, etc.

  • $250 per presentation
  • ask us about discounts for multiple shows at the same location

“Thank you for your wonderful talk to the civic league yesterday. You made the animals come alive for us.”Jean Robinson, Cedar Creek Civic League member


Since PrideRock is unable to bring live animals to your facility, children will be asked to identify wildlife species from several 2′ X 3′ posters including a wolf, lion, tiger, hyena, bears and cougar. Each animal will be briefly talked about.


This dirty barrel looks like it has been through a war, but it is actually a toy. Yep, we have large cats and they need large toys. Will will also bring a few other toys that will amaze your students.

Whiskers & Nails

Among other visual aids include real whiskers and finger nails from our tigers, real mane hair from PrideRock lions and recording of howling wolves, roaring lions and well, bear noises, too.
To book a presentation, contact Robyn Wheeler at (972) 345-8544 or

Adult Presentations

Civic groups, churches, ladies clubs, etc.

Robyn Wheeler speaks about how all the animals at PrideRock are able to paint abstract art.

Does your civic group, church, ladies club or other organization need a speaker to talk about a fascinating and not often talked about subject? If so, contact PriderRock’s Media Relations Specialist Robyn Wheeler. Robyn speaks about why PrideRock exists, how you can help the diminishing numbers of big cats in the wild and about the big cat crisis in America. Robyn will also talk about the long-term financial and emotional commitment involved in running a wildlife sanctuary.

Fees for non-profit organizations:

  •  free of charge however, donations are accepted and greatly appreciated.

To schedule a date and time for a PrideRock PowerPoint presentation, contact Robyn at (972) 345-8544 or