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TCWR Video

A brief documentary about the people and wildlife at Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge in Eureka Springs, Arkansas and its history of providing lifetime sanctuary to hundreds of exotic animals.
by: Charles Ragsdell, II

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Bam Bam is selling bricks to help all his friends get a new Habitat. Your purchase of a "Bam Bam Brick" will go towards our Habitat Fund.
Your custom engraved brick will be prominately displayed in Bam Bam's viewing walkway.

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Your membership not only helps support the health and well-being of the animals, but allows you to come visit them all year round.

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Sponsorship of an animal provides them with the veterinary care, enclosure renovations, and enrichment for the animal of your choice.

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new water tank

Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge has been growing steadily for many years, and with each expansion, the need is always there to improve the refuge’s infrastructure as well. That just happened again, with the acquisition of a 6,500 gallon water tank. “Adding a new water tank may not sound quite as exciting as rescuing a tiger,”

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Pickles

Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge has just welcomed the newest member of its big cat family, only this one is medium sized: Pickles, an African Serval. Pickles has come to us from Prairie Grove. Sadly, Pickles’ previous owner passed away suddenly only a few weeks ago, and his wife, moving into a new place, needed to

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Sierra shaved

Tigers do not make good pets. They are too big to handle and typically end up being abused one way or another by their owners. One form of abuse many do not stop to consider, says Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge Curator Emily McCormack, is malnutrition. “A case in point is Sierra,” she said. “We rescued

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Mission Statement

To provide lifetime refuge for abandoned, abused, and neglected "Big Cats" with emphasis on Tigers, Lions, Leopards, and Cougars.

TCWR Memberships

For those who want to make numerous visits to Turpentine Creek, an Annual Membership is the perfect idea.

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We must keep building habitats for the animals that wait in the compound. The animals in the compound need your funding.

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