At PrideRock Wildlife Refuge, providing a permanent sanctuary and shelter for mistreated and unwanted lions, tigers and cougars is our guiding mission.

Friday, November 11, 2016

Building Stuff at PrideRock Wildlife Rescue

At Left: PrideRock staff creating an outdoor log 
stair case for our smallest bear, Coco.

Below: PrideRock keeper speaks about 
rebuilding a large cat enclosure.

PrideRock's fantastic staff and interns are constantly repairing broken/old items and/or building new facilities. Most wouldn't imagine the many chores that need to be done around the sanctuary but our crew is always working. After feeding and cleaning enclosures, and mopping and sterilizing the kitchen, the odd-job work begins. Here's a few photos of our crew hard at work making PrideRock 
the excellent facility it is today.
Repairing a broken hammock

Moving a hammock from one pen to another

PrideRock teams work during the hot, sweaty summer and the cold, freezing winter. They are a rough and tumble crew who give it their all to make PrideRock the best wildlife sanctuary ever. They are dedicated, knowledgeable who will do anything for the animals!

Building the platforms around the bear pools
Jim DeCourley installing new flourescent lights
outside maintenance crew
cutting down dead tree

Constructing a new platform
on which to place a water tub 

Putting in a webcam
outside maintenance crew
cutting down a dead tree

first steps in building
 a large cat enclosure

installing more wifi
for the webcams

almost done

Finishing the
waterfall pool for "the N" sisters

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