Mizzou Night at the Wild Animal Sanctuary

In this Year of the Tiger, the Rocky Mountain Tigers are celebrating by learning more about Mizzou’s exotic and enhangered mascot. Join us at 5:00 PM MT Saturday, June 4, for an educational, family-friendly evening at the Wild Animal Sanctuary near Keenesburg.

Tigers have been exploited and abused both in the wild and captivity. Wild tigers have been brought to the brink of extinction, with fewer than 4000 remaining worldwide. In fact, more tigers live in captivity in the US than exist in the wild globally. Tigers can be found everywhere from shopping malls and roadside zoos to people’s backyards, basements and garages.

Right here in Colorado, the Wild Animal Sanctuary specializes in rescuing, rehabilitating, and providing tigers and other captive wildlife with a forever home within large acreage natural habitats so they can roam freely with others of their own kind.

Ticket Pricing

                    • Adults (13-69) $20
                    • Child (3-12) Free
                    • Senior (70+)

About Our Event

The Rocky Mountain Tigers are subsidizing a limited number of tickets to the Sanctuary, which houses more than 100 tigers rescued from illegal and abusive situations – among them animals rescued from various characters from the Tiger King television series.

On the day of the event, don your favorite Mizzou shirt or hat and a ¬†good pair of walking shoes to stroll along the 1.5 mile elected walkway. The walkways are accessible, so wheelchairs, scooters, strollers and wagons are welcome. And don’t forget your binoculars for the best view of the animals. Be sure to arrive between 4:30 and 5:00 PM to pick up your tickets. The event will go on, rain or shine, so plan accordingly.

About the Sanctuary

The Wild Animal Sanctuary is the largest and oldest nonprofit carnivore sanctuary in the world, with over 600 rescued animals, including tigers, lions, leopards, bears, and other large carnivores. Established in 1980, the Sanctuary operates two locations in Colorado and one facility in Texas, with more than 10,000 total acres for abused, abandoned and confiscated carnivore.

The Sanctuary’s two-part mission is:

          • To prevent and alleviate cruelty to animals which are abandoned or were subject to deprivation or neglect, by providing are and boarding
          • To rescue and provide life-long homes for large, exotic and endangered captive wild animals and to educate the public about the causes of and solutions to the world’s captive wildlife crisis.
June 4, 2022
5:00 pm — 8:00 pm
The Wild Animal Sanctuary 2999 Co Rd 53, Keenesburg, CO 80643, USA
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