Fossil Rim Wildlife Center is an organization committed to conservation, education, research, recreation and professional training. Its conservation actions include local, state, national and international programs at the habitat and species levels. Current involvement in Species Survival Plans (SSP) include: Attwater’s prairie chicken, cheetah, southern African Black Rhinoceros, southern African white rhinoceros, red wolf, Mexican gray wolf, Brazilian maned wolf, addax, ocelot, reticulated giraffe, Grevy’s zebra, red-crowned crane, Arabian oryx and scimitar-horned oryx.
Fossil Rim Wildlife Center is dedicated to the conservation of species in peril, conducting scientific research, training of professionals, responsible management of natural resources and public education. Through these activities, they provide a diversity of compelling learning experiences that inspire positive change in the way people think, feel and act towards nature.
Glen Rose, Texas
Target Species at Fossil Rim:
Southern Black Rhino
Kelley Snodgrass is the Executive Director at Fossil Rim Wildlife Center and a board director for C2S2.
Dr. Holly Haefele
Director of Animal Health
Dr. Holly Haefele is the Director of Animal Health at Fossil Rim Wildlife Center and also serves as an observer for the C2S2 board of directors.