Hunting at 777 ranch helps preserve exotic species.
It’s a counterintuitive truth that hunting at preserves like 777 Ranch helps keep exotic species alive.
Exotic species in their native habitat are under constant pressure from the ever-expanding human population. Poaching, drought, and disease have decimated African game animal populations so that some species are under threat of extinction.
It’s true that 10 percent of the animals at 777 Ranch may be killed by hunters in any given year. But it’s also true that 90 percent of the animals at the ranch get live healthy lives without risk of a slow and cruel death from predators or disease. Sports hunting preserves like 777 Ranch provide dozens of species of exotic animals with a stable environment and a chance to raise healthy offspring. And in some cases, 777 Ranch even has help to revive populations of endangered animals in their native habitat.
Four endangered species live on the ranch. These include Arabian oryx, a mid-sized antelope native to the Middle East, lechwe, an African antelope, barasingha, a species of deer native to India, and Eid’s deer from Vietnam. The ranch has shipped Arabian oryx back to their native habitat to help to restore the species in its natural home.
Owner Jeff Rann has brought together over 60 species of animals from five continents to create the largest sustained wild animal herd in the world. 777 Ranch can provide you with a unique American safari experience through which you support the continued survival of majestic animals around the world.