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An awesome day at WildLife Partners newest breeding facility near Pettus, TX

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In the fall of 2016, WildLife Partners not only closed out our first $10,000,000 in investments, but we also purchased a new ranch south of San Antonio that will be used to house not only our 2nd partnership but also several more on this 1750 acre facility. These amazing pictures are of animals owned by our 2nd partnership. Currently, that partnership owns more than 400 animals including Sable, Kudu, Dama Gazelle, Arabian Oryx, Black Wildebeest, Chinese White lipped deer and possibly the largest herds of Blesbok and Whitebearded Wildebeest in the United States. We just launched the funding of our third partnership and expect it to fund by the end of March.

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WildLife Partners is proud to be a Corporate Sponsor of Safari Club International

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From the day we started, we knew our vision of conservation was one of significant importance to our on-going goal to profit from the preservation of many species from all around the world, including many considered endangered or even extinct in their native lands. Quite frankly, if these animals had no monetary value then most of them wouldn’t exist in the world today other than in zoos and parks. Safari Club International (SCI) is the leader in protecting the freedom to hunt and promoting wildlife conservation worldwide. It’s this role that makes us proud to be a corporate sponsor of SCI. We are very excited to be an exhibitor and the Friday Evening Banquet sponsor at their upcoming convention in Las Vegas at the Mandalay Bay Convention center Wednesday 2/1 – Saturday 2/4.

Come by and see us in booth #4248 and we will share how you can PROFIT from conservation.

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A great week in Dallas!

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Wildlife Partners was honored to be a corporate sponsor of last week’s Dallas Safari Club 2017 Adventure Convention and Sporting Expo. To see thousands of conservation minded people come together for a common cause is truly awesome. People came from all over the globe looking to book safaris, buying clothing and sporting goods and participate in all kinds of charity raising events. We had hundreds of people stop by our booth. Some were just hearing what we do for the first time while others were already a direct part of our business but one theme and statement seemed common throughout the 4 days…..WildLife Partners IS the future of conservation in America. Truly humbling words to hear from others.

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Thank you.

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The New Year is upon us and I can’t help but reflect back on what can only be considered a truly wild ride that was 2016. We launched WildLife Partners in late March of last year with big ideas and dreams and what we thought was something that could be truly remarkable. We really weren’t sure what others would think, but we were going to find out and boy did we. Our initial trip took us from Texas to Colorado, Oklahoma, Arkansas and finally Missouri and when it was all said and done, WildLife Partners was not only created but was about to change the world of the exotic wildlife breeding business in Texas. From that trip through the end of 2016, we raised a total $10,000,000 from 23 individuals. Those partners belief in what we are doing says all we need to know about that once crazy idea. So thank you for a great 2016, and I can’t wait for 2017 because I know the wild ride will just get better. Happy New Year!

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What an incredible month!!

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The last month has been absolutely spectacular!! We closed on our new breeding facility south of San Antonio then put the pedal to the floor to get our 2nd partnership stocked before the end of the year. Not only were we able to successfully acquire nearly every animal for our 2nd partnership but the species and quantity of them was truly amazing and may never be duplicated again. Here is a list of most of what we’ve purchased over the last 30-45 days:

45 Sable, 30 Kudu, 17 Dama Gazelle, 100 White-bearded Wildebeest, 15 Black Wildebeest, 55 Blesbok, 20 Gemsbok, 20 Nilgai, Chinese White-lipped Deer and many more. The vast majority of these will be part of our 2nd Partnership. It’s really awesome to see them running in such large numbers happy and healthy on the new ranch.

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Babies, babies and more babies!!!

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When we started on this adventure back in April, we had very high expectations and we actually appear to be well ahead of them at this point. One of the key things we learned during the purchase, capture and transport of the animals for our 1st partnership was a very high percentage of the animals we were purchasing were currently bred. The result of this is we now have close to 100 babies on the ground today which puts us about 4-5 months ahead of the original plan.

Those babies include: Cape Buffalo, Kudu, Nyala, Sable, Nile Lechwe, Grants Gazelle, Black Wildebeest, Blesbok, Whitebearded Wildebeest and many more.

Here are a few pictures of some of these awesome babies. Click the arrow on the right side of the image to see all of the pictures.

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We have so much to be thankful for!

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As Thanksgiving is upon us, its time to reflect on family, friends and what we should be thankful for. I can honestly say the last 7 months have been the most humbling and exciting that I can ever recall and for that we can not be thankful enough.

Things at the ranches remain incredible. Over the last month we’ve had visitors to the ranch from Arkansas, Tennessee, Alabama, Louisiana, Indiana, California and many from all over Texas. We have more visits scheduled in the next month with people from California, Arizona, and Pennsylvania.

Here are some of the pictures from a few of the recent visits.

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“Big Bucks in Exotic Game”

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I can honestly say that I’ve never been more proud or humbled by the comments we’ve heard over the last month from visitors, investors and colleagues but today something was released that I will simply say “Thank you God may I have another.”

Over the last 30 days, we’ve had visitors to the ranch from Illinois, Indiana, California, Wyoming, New York and many areas of Texas. These include current investors, prospective investors and organizations such as the San Antonio Zoo, the Houston Safari Club and The San Antonio Business Journal. Each visit is unique yet they all leave with a similar statement….”This is awesome!”

The San Antonio Business Journal obviously must have had some of the same thoughts because after their initial visit to our Mountain Home Breeding facility 2 months ago, they embarked on a multi-piece article about the exotic WildLife industry in Texas and decided that WildLife Partners would be the cover story for their print issue that was released today. You will see the cover in the beginning then the article starts on Page 15. The file is a little large so it may take a few moments to load on your device then you can scroll through the pages.

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A tour of the new WildLife Partners Breeding Facility

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Roger Festor and Chris Gilroy did an aerial tour of the newest WildLife Partner’s ranch near Pettus, TX this week. During this flyover we were also performing a count of the animals on the ranch today. As you can see from the videos below, it’s one incredible place. We anticipate our 2nd partnership being active on this ranch inside the next 30-45 days. I can’t tell you how excited we are to be a part of this effort to profit from the conservation of the amazing animals.

Click on the play button of any of the videos below to view.

RANCH HOUSE FLYOVER

BLESBOK VIDEO

WILDEBEEST VIDEO

FLYOVER POND

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Another record breaking sale in Africa!

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Just over a week ago another massive amount was paid for a Cape Buffalo in South Africa. Inala was purchased at auction by a group of three investors, one of which being Norman Adami. The group paid R168,000,000 or nearly a whopping $12,500,000 at today’s exchange rates. A beautiful animal and a very exciting auction to watch. Click in the picture of Inala below to read the article about the sale.

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WildLife Partners is leading the exotic wildlife industry in Texas down a similar path to the one started in Africa in 1991 after the Game Theft Act was passed. One of our long term goals is to establish an industry structure that would help facilitate auctions like those run in South Africa today.

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