We are celebrating the return of some familiar faces in Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Kangaroos, lesser flamingos and now lappet-faced vultures have returned to their habitats at the Tree of Life, after being relocated during construction. To see these

Wildlife Wednesday: Animals return to the Tree of Life

Today many marine species, including sharks, face loss of habitat, pollution, and other stressors in the ecosystem. Thankfully, our friends at the University of Miami are working with the community to tag and track sharks to learn more about their behavior and what can be done to protect them. Learn about some of the fantastic accomplishments of U Miami's Shark Research & Conservation Program...
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17 things the SRC accomplished in 2016 | Shark Research & Conservation...

This #WildlifeWednesday check out some of the ways you can connect with nature and learn about conservation when visiting Rafiki's Planet Watch at Disney's Animal Kingdom! [ Ow.ly Link ]

Wildlife Wednesday: My Top 10 Reasons to visit Rafiki’s Planet Watch at...

Winter is a wonderful season for bird watching! Check out more family-fun ideas for exploring the outdoors all year long: [ Azaanimals.org Link ]
Did you know? Camera traps are a great way for scientists to learn more about the health of ecosystems without disturbing wildlife. By attaching motion sensor cameras to trees or bushes, researchers are able to capture images of endangered species, learn about where animals go and what they do, and share information with local communities who play a key role in the conservation of critical...
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#BabyAlert Welcome baby Stella! Learn more about the newest bundle of joy at Disney's Animal Kingdom and how Disney is helping to Reverse the Decline of elephants in this week's #WildlifeWednesday: [ Ow.ly Link ]
New year, new beginnings! How will you help the planet this year? #HappyNewYear #Conservation
Photo credit: Conservation Fusion
At the culmination of our 20th anniversary, we are so grateful to the many people and organizations around the world who are helping to Reverse the Decline of at-risk wildlife and Increase the Time kids spend in nature. Wishing you a #HappyNewYear! #DCF20
This #WildlifeWednesday meet some of the adorable baby animals born this year at Walt Disney World!
Wishing you and your family a peaceful holiday season from Safari Mickey & Minnie and the Disney Conservation Fund Team.
What's your wish for wildlife this holiday season? #WishesForWildlife
This week's #WildlifeWednesday is all about gorillas! Learn how Disney is helping to reverse the decline of these magnificent animals and what you can do to help! [ Ow.ly Link ]

Wildlife Wednesday: Disney Helps ‘Reverse the Decline’ of Great Apes

If you had one wish for wildlife this holiday season, what would it be? Check out these kids' inspiring wishes: [ Ow.ly Link ] #WishesForWildlife
Did you catch the Facebook Live event last Friday with Pete's Dragon and National Park Service? If not, you can tune in on-demand to hear from Justin, a real Ranger just like Grace from Pete's Dragon!
Did you know? 4-H is helping to connect kids with nature and develop the future stewards of our planet! [ Ow.ly Link ]
Thanks 4-H for your great work!

Disney & 4-H Connecting Youth to the Nature

Tune in today at 4PM PST / 7PM EST for a Facebook Live event with a
National Park Service Ranger (like Grace from Pete's Dragon)!
Another inspiring wish from the #WishesForWildlife series this Holiday Season! #Conservation
How do you work to save a species…and potentially an entire genus? Check out this video of our friends at The Marine Mammal Center! We're so grateful for their important work to protect Hawaiian monk seals: [ Ow.ly Link ]

The Science Behind the Center: Saving a Species

As part of The Marine Mammal Center's "Science Behind the Center" video series, Dr. Frances Gulland shares the impact of the Center's work to save...