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Chestatee Wildlife Preserve

Chestatee Wildlife Preserve

Chestatee Wildlife Preserve

Legal Name (DBA):
CHESTATEE WILDLIFE PRESERVE
Customer No: 3325
Certificate No: 57-C-0114
Certificate Status: ACTIVE
Status Date: May 10, 1995
469 OLD DAHLONEGA HWY
DAHLONEGA ,GA 30533
COUNTY: LUMPKIN

 

USDA inspections show inadequate caging, specifically for some of the big cats.

 

 

Chestatee Wildlife Preserve Produces Inbred White Tiger Cubs

 

DAHLONEGA (AP) — Four rare, white Siberian Tiger cubs are marking their first days of life at a wildlife preserve in the northeast Georgia mountains.

Staff members at the Chestatee Wildlife Preserve in Dahlonega say it’s unusual for a mother to give birth to four cubs. The Times of Gainesville reports (http://bit.ly/MqjvZ7) that the tigers typically have two or three cubs at once.

C.W. Wathen, founder and general manager of the preserve, said he was surprised to turn on a camera in the mother’s den Thursday night and see the four tiny cubs. Authorities say the cubs might grow to 700 to 800 pounds.

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