Elephant Awareness Begins at Our Preserve
Elephant populations around the world are dwindling due to human encroachment. Asian elephants are especially vulnerable, with only about 30,000 left in the entire world. Elephants will very likely go extinct in Vietnam within the next decade. These pillars of wisdom and strength need our help if they are to survive. Our preserve is committed to doing its part to help save elephants from extinction.
Your tax deductible donation to the Hill Country Elephant Preserve, a non-profit 501 (c) (3), helps support our five elephants and their care into the future, as well as, educational programs that benefit school children, the mental and physically challenged, veterinary students and other groups and organizations.
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"Royal Five" Call The Preserve Home
Meet the "Royal Five" at The Preserve, including Dixie, Tai, Rosie, Becky and Kitty.
Proper care and feeding of elephants is The Preserve's prime concern. Visitors are invited to find out what it takes to maintain a healthy, stimulating life for the animals.
Those visiting The Preserve can learn about their habits and needs and in so doing will see how important education and human care are to this endangered species.
Preserving an endangered species while prerserving the human-animal bond is the foundation of our lifelong journey.
Elephant experience times and dates can be found at VisitThePreserve.com.