Riddle's Elephant and Wildlife Sanctuary

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Riddle's Elephant and Wildlife Sanctuary is a nationally-recognized facility near Guy, Arkansas, for the conservation of captive Asian and African elephants. The sanctuary was created in 1990 to further elephant research and education. The sanctuary is working with researchers on an elephant repellant chemical and mechanical device that protects elephants in areas where humans are encroaching on native elephant grazing lands.

Programs include the Elephant Experience Weekend and Visitor's Day. Visitor's Day falls on the first Saturday of every month, and lasts from 11 to 3 PM. Cost for Visitor's Day is $5 per person. The sanctuary is a 501(c)(3) organization. Elephants may be adopted to pay for their care and feeding.


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