Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch

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Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch
Grazing at the Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch (3893425144).jpg
Date opened June 1, 1984
Location San Antonio, Texas
Coordinates 29°41′39″N 98°20′08″W / 29.69421°N 98.33567°W / 29.69421; -98.33567Coordinates: 29°41′39″N 98°20′08″W / 29.69421°N 98.33567°W / 29.69421; -98.33567,
Land area 400 acres (160 ha)[1]
No. of animals 500[1]
No. of species 40+[1]

Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch is a 400-acre (160 ha) safari park on the northern outskirts of San Antonio, near New Braunfels, Texas. The Natural Bridge Caverns is not affiliated but is located nearby.


The ranch features more than 500 animals representing over 40 species, but does not have any predators or elephants. Visitors can drive through the 400-acre (160 ha) private property, where animals roam freely within 3 large pastures.

Animals at the Ranch include zebra, wildebeest, gazelle, African buffalo, emu, llama, ostrich, Watusi cattle, aoudad, fallow deer, gemsbok, greater kudu, blue bull - Nilgal male, scimitar horned oryx, addax, elk.

The only living set of giraffe twins in the United States were born there in May 2013. They celebrated their 1st birthday in 2014. [2][3]

Twin giraffes born at Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch



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