Saturday, October 12, 2019
Mission Bay Conference Center
San Francisco, CA
Tickets go on sale mid-August.
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Every year, WCN’s Wildlife Conservation Expos provide a unique opportunity to bring together wildlife’s most ardent supporters with some of the world’s leading conservationists to connect, share stories, and make life-long friendships. At Expo you can hear what it’s like to live and work in some of the most remote parts of the world and you can speak to conservationists directly to learn what you can do to help. Expos give you a chance to dive deeper into your love for wildlife, to learn what conservationists are doing to protect endangered animals, and become inspired to make a difference. It’s an event you won’t want to miss.
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A boxed lunch is available for purchase at the event for $15. Vegetarian and vegan options will be available. Other refreshments will be for sale in the café until 4:00pm.
San Diego Zoo Global is a not-for-profit organization that operates the San Diego Zoo and the San Diego Zoo Safari Park. With a combined five million visitors each year, the Zoo and the Safari Park provide guests with the opportunity to see thousands of plant and animal species in person and up close, including rare and endangered species they would probably not encounter elsewhere.
Gordon and Betty Moore established the foundation to create positive outcomes for future generations. In pursuit of that vision, the foundation fosters path-breaking scientific discovery, environmental conservation, patient care improvements and preservation of the special character of the San Francisco Bay Area.
The Sacramento Zoo leads with animal welfare, but their dedication doesn’t stop there. They are also proud to inspire appreciation, understanding, and respect for all living things through stimulating educational opportunities, wholesome recreation, and compassionate and innovative animal care.
The Houston Zoo has over 6,000 permanent residents (our animals) for whom they provide housing, meals, medical care, and even education! Each year over two million guests come to experience our incredible variety of animals and ecosystems as well as attend special private and public events and entertainment.
Disney has worked with WCN for nearly 15 years to ensure a world where wildlife thrives and nature is treasured and protected by: Saving wildlife. Inspiring action. Protecting the planet. Since 1995, the Disney Conservation Fund has directed more than $75 million to save wildlife and protect the planet and inspired millions of people to take action for nature in their communities.
Safari West was born in the late 1980’s when a man by the name of Peter Lang purchased 400 rolling acres in the foothills of the Mayacamas Mountains. Relocating his small but growing collection of exotic wildlife, Peter quickly converted the former cattle ranch into a world class conservation breeding facility.
The International Crane Foundation works worldwide to conserve cranes and the ecosystems, watersheds, and flyways on which they depend. We provide knowledge, leadership, and inspiration to engage people in resolving threats to cranes and their diverse landscapes.