Our Mission is to uphold the highest standards of care and respect for native and exotic animals in need of secure permanent homes. As a wild animal preserve and rescue we are open to the community as an environmental education learning center and recreational destination for the entire family.
Each submission must have its own entry form. Please put “Wild Focus Entry” in the subject line of your email. Send to UntamedEnrichment@gmail.com Each entry has a $10 submission fee. Please pay entry fee on our website. You can submit up to 3 photos.
This is a chance for both amateur and professional photographers (ages 14 and up) that have captured the untamed beauty of Tigers for Tomorrow's residents or grounds to showcase their best work. The contest will accept digital submissions, and the top photos will be exhibited and judged during our Peacefest Arts and Crafts show on March 23rd and 24th in our events building.
- *Photography: *
- *AI Photography or Mixed Media Photography Projects: *
1st round: digital submissions will be judged by our Board of Directors
2nd Round: 40 finalists displaying work during Peacefest
Tigers for Tomorrow Keepers and
Iven V. Holt – Professional Photographer/ AI Digital Artist
**Submissions: ** Please download and fill out a photo contest Submission form and send with your photo to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please make submission payment on our website
We want to know your favorite!
Peacefest Choice Photo Award will also be presented, allowing the Peacefest guests to vote for their favorite photo. Visitors at Peacefest can participate in-person on March 23rd and 24th.
- Peacefest Photo Award: Public voting is $1 per vote during Peacefest.
- Multiple votes allowed, with proceeds supporting operational costs at the Preserve.
- In-person voting closes on Sunday, the 24th, at 3 p.m.
Peacefest Photo Award
Capybara Encounter for four
As most of you know Tigers For Tomorrow started out as a big cat preserve. Over the years we have matured into a full-scale predatory preserve serving as a last stop forever home to nine species of wild cats, the North American black bear and brown bear and over 50 canids Including wolves, hyenas, coyotes, and multiple species of foxes.
We have also expanded our horizons to many different species of small mammals such as civets and genets as well as a large barnyard menagerie and 26 rescue Equines including horses, mules, donkeys and mini horses.
The Preserve is open all year long on the weekends and we do add additional hours during holidays and Spring-Summer -Fall.
You can visit the preserve by purchasing general admission- allows you to spend as much time as you want on a walk about of the preserve.
Book a private tour for 1-10 people. Make your visit educational and entertaining. Spend 1.5 hours with one of our educational specialists and learn about instincts, behaviors, our husbandry and animal welfare practices.
The Preserve hosts private, public and home school groups all year long. Able to accommodate up to 160 students with a guided tour, lunch pavilion, animal contact yard, gift store and our NEW public Bathrooms!
The white spots on the back of a tiger's ear are called Flashings. Come to Tigers For Tomorrow and find the enclosure sign that has this fun fact on it and take home a magnet!
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