This just in! 3 African feline cubs will arrive here for you to see and photograph next Thursday, Nov 28. Pictured below, African Serval whose name is Anisa. Also, male African Caracal, Hadley and female Caracal, Lola. These cubs will be seen at BCFC courtesy billiekatz, PCB. Billie Lambert studied with Bear Creek for years, obtaining her Masters degree with her thesis: “Smart Start,” which continues to be the reference back bone for feline husbandry techniques that are in wide usage with Feline Conservation Federation member/breeders. Come meet Billie and her famous cats on Turkey Day.
John Somerville Park, author of non fiction book “Seeds of Reprisal,” travels to the Florida Panhandle today for book signing. John and Jim Broaddus, BCFC Director, co produced film projects including “The Hidden Florida,” a travel log documentary shot in this area over a decade ago.John Somerville Park’s new release is now available from Amazon.
Just confirmed….our friend and BCFC supporter, Tim Thomas, will attend the BCFC Thanksgiving Rendezvous next week! Tim is pictured here with National Geographic Photographer Joel Sartore, as he presents his book “DIDYANO?” to be hand delivered to Nat Geo HQ in Washington DC. Meet Tim as he signs his book here on the 28th.
Photo shown of AZA, African Serval. Image obtained by staff photographers this afternoon under Sunny skies here at BCFC, Panama City, Florida. We celebrate AZA’s birthday today….it is appropriate to share an image of this important feline with our friends around the World. AZA was the first exotic feline obtained by us, some 14 years ago. She came from the best breeding stock in America, bottle fed by Lynn Culver, Natural Order Animal Husbandry, Mena, Arkansas.