Tigers for Tomorrow at UNTAMED MOUNTAIN is now taking reservations for
the Environmental Education Tours.
Tigers for Tomorrow at Untamed Mountain is an exotic animal park and rescue Preserve, home to over 80 large predators, including tigers, leopards, cougars, wolves, bears and more. An animal contact barnyard full of farm animals and now students can visit The Legacy Living Classroom and Untamed Gift Store.
During your class visit, we cover grade-specific learning objectives in life science and agriscience, as well as the 4 primary instincts all animals including us humans have and listen to. Our environmental education center will provide your group with trails through the habitat areas in our preserve, a picnic pavilion, clean restrooms, and professional staff. Tigers for Tomorrow is licensed by the USDA and Alabama State Wildlife agencies, and has a 8-year history of successful education programs with school and community groups.
These grade-specific tours are available year-round, with morning and afternoon appointments on Tuesday, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. The tour lasts approximately 1 1/2-2 hours. Please DO NOT wear open toed shoes or flip flops. We strongly advise children and adults wear sneakers or hiking boots, the pathways are not paved, and you will be going up and down small hills. Tigers for Tomorrow can accommodate 160 students per appointment. A 25% non-refundable deposit is required at the time of booking; inclement weather reservations will be rescheduled. Admission is $10.00 per student, $15.00 per adult, with one teacher free, as well as bus drivers. Students will receive a cup of grain or alternative snack to feed the animals in the contact area.
Tigers for Tomorrow does allow cameras for tours (no videos) however parents are advised to please stay with the group and no wander the preserve. Cell phones are not allowed in the preserve and parents please remember that Untamed Mountain is a smoke free facility.
Tigers for Tomorrow is now booking through fall 2012 and taking reservations for home school groups and school field trips. The Preserves educational philosophy is based on the belief that the earlier children are exposed to nature, the earlier they can develop an understanding and appreciation for the world’s wildlife. Recreational, educational and social activities give children the opportunity to learn and master skills, pursue their interests and talents and broaden their social and cultural experiences. Growing up with this understanding will help them to make informed decisions as adults on issues relating to wildlife conservation and renewable resources. That is why the Preserve’s education programs begin with preschool aged children. This belief is broad based in that it applies not only to children, but adults, too, as you are never too old to learn about conservation. Preserve Educators empower both children and adults to make decisions and take action for the good of the planet.
NEW FOR 2012 ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION TOURS!
We are now serving lunch to groups of 15 or more.
Teachers that don't want to carry coolers this year, for $8 per person, we offer a choice of:BBQ or Chicken FingersPotato Wedges or ChipsHot Dog & ChipsCookie for desertDrink (choices are water, diet coke, coke, dr pepper, mountain dew)
Tigers for Tomorrow
Tigers For Tomorrow is a
non-profit 501-c-3 exotic animal park and rescue preserve. We are home to over 130 animals. We are a last stop preserve, and the animals that come to live with us remain here for the rest of their lives.