Pony Creek Ranch
Pony Creek Wildlife

Pony Creek Ranch is home to 22 species of African and Asian mammals, in addition to indigenous animals such as whte tail deer and elk. These rescued or orphaned animals roam the 1000 acre ranch while living together in harmony.

Addax

Addax

The Addax, also known as the screwhorn antelope, is a critically endangered species of antelope that lives in the Sahara desert. Addax are nocturnal and rest during the day in depressions they dig for themselves.

 
Arabian Oryx

Arabian Oryx

The Arabian Oryx is a medium sized antelope with a distinct shoulder hump, long straight horns, and a tufted tail. It is a bovid, and the smallest member of Oryx genus, native to desert and steppe areas of the Arabian peninsula. The Arabian Oryx was extinct in the wild by the early 1970s, but was saved by zoos and private preserves and ultimately reintroduced into the wild.

 
Bison

Bison

The American bison, also known as the American buffalo, are good swimmers and are the largest terrestrial animals in North America. Bison are nomadic grazers and travel in herds, except for the non-dominant bulls, which travel alone or in small groups during most of the year. Bison were hunted close to extinction during the 19th and 20th centuries but have since rebounded.

 
Cape Buffalo

Cape Buffalo

Cape buffalo are also called African buffalo and are the largest and most formidable of Africa’s wild bovids. The Cape buffalo is the only member of the buffalo and cattle tribe that occurs naturally in Africa. .

 
Elk

Elk

The elk or wapiti is one of the largest species of deer in the world and one of the largest land mammals in North America and eastern Asia. In the deer family, only the larger moose, which is called an "elk" in Europe, and the sambar rival the elk in size.

 
Gemsbok

Gemsbok

The gemsbok or gemsbuck is a large antelope in the Oryx genus. It is native to the arid regions of southern Africa such as the Kalahari Desert.

 
Grant's Zebra

Grant’s Zebra

The Grant's zebra is the smallest of six subspecies of the Plains zebra. This northern subspecies is vertically striped in front, horizontally on the back legs, and diagonally on the rump and hind flanks. The zebras live in family groups of up to 17 or 18 zebras, and they are lead by a single stallion.

 
Grevy's Zebra

Grevy’s Zebra

The Grévy's zebra is also known as the Imperial zebra and is found in Kenya and Ethiopia. Compared with other zebras, it is taller, has large ears, and its stripes are narrower. It is more ass-like in appearance as compared to other zebras, which are more horse-like.

 
Kudu

Kudu

Kudus are part of the antelope family and are native to eastern and southern Africa. Male kudu can be found in bachelor groups but are more likely to be found solitary. They are generally fairly peaceful but occasionally the males will display dominance by making their hair stand on end in order to appear larger.

 
Roan Antelope

Roan Antelope

The Roan Antelope (Hippotragus equinus) is a savanna antelope found in West, Central and Southern Africa. They form harem groups of five to fifteen animals with a dominant male. Roan Antelope commonly fight among themselves for dominance of their herd, brandishing their horns while both animals are on their knees.

 
Watusi Cattle

Watusi Cattle

The Ankole-Watusi is a breed of cattle originally native to Africa. Its large, distinctive horns can reach up to 8 feet from tip to tip and are used for defense. These humpless domestic cattle were well established in the Nile Valley by 4000 B.C. These cattle known as the Egyptian or Hamitic Longhorn appear in pictographs in Egyptian pyramids. Over the next 20 centuries they migrated with their owners to Ethiopia and eventually to southern Africa.

 
White Tail Dear

White-Tailed Deer

The white-tailed deer, also known as the Virginia deer or simply as the whitetail, is a medium-sized deer native to the United States (all but five of the states), Canada, Mexico, Central America, and South America as far south as Peru. They are most common east of the Rocky Mountains, and are absent from much of the western United States.

 
Wildebeest

Wildebeest

The Wildebeest, also called the gnu, is an antelope of the genus Connochaetes. Wildebeest is Dutch for "wild beast" or "wild cattle" in Afrikaans. In East Africa, the wildebeest is the most abundant big game species, both in population and biomass.

 
Wildebeest

Family Pets

Cody - Dama Gazelle
Sugarbec – Black Buck Antelope

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