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It’s Baby Time!

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Quick update from Brian Gilroy at the WildLife Partners ranch:

One of the biggest benefits to WildLife Partners owning its owning capture and transport team is our ability to select the animals we believe are the most heavy bred. Heavy bred simply means, far along in their pregnancy. We estimate that somewhere around 75% of the animals we have purchased for our first Joint Venture were purchased already bred with many being considered heavy bred. As a result, we are starting to see babies being born including a brand new Blesbok calf and Hog Deer fawn both born in the last two days. This would be a great time to make a visit to the ranch as we are expecting a significant amount of babies to be born in the next month or so.

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Taking care of the Ibex

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The health and well-being of our animals is of great importance. In these pictures you will see the WildLife Partners ranch staff medicating some of our Nubian Ibex. This medication is designed to prevent and treat various potential infections.

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Happy Herd at Feeding Time

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Below you will see White Bearded Wildebeest, Addax and some Blesbok enjoying a meal on a beautiful day at the WildLife Partners ranch.

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The newest members of the WildLife Family – Breeding pair of Giraffe!!

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WildLife Partners is beyond excited to announce our newest editions to our first Joint Venture. A mature breeding pair of Giraffe. These animals are amazing and a very rare find.

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WildLife Partners is proud to announce Jason Williams as our Animal Nutrition Specialist

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WildLife Partners is proud to announce that Jason Williams will be in charge of all nutritional aspects for the animals at the WildLife Partners ranch. Jason has a PhD & M.S. from Texas A&M University in Animal Nutrition. Jason possesses significant experience with a multitude of exotic species and has worked at a director level in the field of zoo animal nutrition for over 10 years. We are very pleased he has chosen to join our team as he will be a very important part of the success of our programs.

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The newest member of the WildLife Partners family with a great story

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WildLife Partners welcomed the newest member to our family Saturday morning, a brand new Blesbok calf.  This one has a special story because her mom had broken her leg last week.  When our Veterinarian, Dr. Amy Pilmer, performed the successful amputation she informed us that she was going to give birth any day.  The baby was born Saturday morning. Because of the injury to the mom, we are going to bottle feed this little one until it is fully weaned.

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New Warthogs for WildLife Partners!!

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We added 3 Male and 3 Female Warthogs to the WildLife Partners family yesterday. Their new den will be constructed soon and hopefully we will see new babies not too long after that. These pictures below were taking by Brian Gilroy during the capture and transport trip to the WildLife Partner’s ranch.

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It’s been a busy week at WildLife Partners

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It’s was a busy week at WildLife Partners. We added Nile Lechwe, Impala, Hog Deer, Rusa Deer, Sambar, Himalayan Tahr, Black Wildebeest, Nilgai, Blesbok, Addax and Arabian Oryx to our Investment program. In addition to these new acquisitions, we had babies showing up everywhere including a brand new Markhor!

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Another Successful Capture Trip!!

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Another great day for WildLife Partners.  We acquired 7 Male and 37 Female Scimitar Horned Oryx for our investment program with the help of one of our investors.

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