Out of Africa Wildlife Park
Two Confiscated Tiger Cubs Welcomed to Out of Africa
Out of Africa Wildlife Park is a favorite place to visit to all who live and visit Sedona, Arizona and the Verde Valley. The wildlife park continually provides spacious and natural living habitats for animals in need, so they can become ambassadors of their own kind. And now Out of Africa Wildlife Park has opened their arms once again to welcome two tiger cubs, believed to be siblings, confiscated by Arizona Game and Fish in the Phoenix area.
The cubs have already started to settle into their new home at the park and have started to enjoy the spacious surroundings and excellent care they are receiving from the caretakers. Already loved by the owners and caretakers these cubs can look forward to a wonderful healthy life in an environment that allows them to be, well, tigers! Out of Africa will be debuting the 2 rescued tigers in the Tiger Splash arena this coming Saturday January 18th at 3:00 pm, Sunday January 19th at 2:00 pm and Monday January 20th at 3:00 pm.
Out of Africa Wildlife Park is also asking for help in naming the tiger cubs.If they choose a name you selected, you will win an Annual Family Membership for up to 4 people in your family.
The Naming Contest rules are as follows:
- Contest runs from January 14th, 2014 – January 23rd, 2013 at 4:00 pm
- All entries limited to 2 names per entry, both of the tigers are male tigers
- Names will be chosen by Out of Africa Wildlife Park staff & owners from the entries submitted.
- The winner will be awarded 1 Annual Family Membership (up to 4 people)
- 2 winners will be awarded prizes
- Entries may be submitted on their Facebook page, Twitter page (#TigerNames), in the Gift Shop of the park, or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Out of Africa Wildlife Park strives to educate and entertain, to provide an exciting and engaging opportunity to love and respect creation and Creator. It is a place where family and friends gather to experience oneness with animals and each other during safaris, tours, walks, observations, and shows of wild-by-nature animals in their own, natural splendor. In this way, we hope to achieve a kind of oneness with them that will cause us to consider them to be so valuable that we cannot allow them to be lost forever. We continually provide spacious and natural living habitats for animals in need, so they can become ambassadors of their own kind. We have heeded the call of those without a voice, many of whom now border on extinction.” – Out of Africa Wildlife Park.
To learn more about this amazing wildlife park please visit Out of Africa Wildlife Park