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This safari is ideal for a unique dinner experience, or if you are searching for that perfect zebra picture.
The Indian Rhino, is considered to have a vulnerable status in the wild with a population of approximately 2,500 remaining.
White Oak Conservation Center is having their annual Celebration on April 29th and space is limited so get your tickets now!
White Oak Conservation Center is celebrating two of our newest residents, a pair of female cheetah cubs.
This Safari is designed for you to learn about different species of animals, while enjoying lunch in the field!
Fining a business $5,000 for allegedly causing death of sea turtles does not provide sustainable solution for the future
After the performance, dine on a gourmet dinner and bid at the Silent Auction before finishing your evening with after-dinner activities.
Join the White Oak Conservation Center for their upcoming Lunch and Learn Safari with the Cheetah on September 10, 2011.
Living in Florida means living with alligators. The state is very proactive in their management strategies to control alligator populations.
White Oak Conservation Center is presenting a series of Lunch and Learn Safaris and on June 11, 2011, the lunch topic is The Giraffe.
I must be allergic to yellow flies. When they snack the area swells, turns red, is hot to the touch and I get nauseated.
Taking Kids for a Night Prowl will teach them about nocturnal creatures.
Manatees, the Gentle Giants, is part of the Wild Amelia nature based seminars leading up to the festival in May.
Some very reliable sources were playing golf when they snapped this photo. “Wild Amelia indeed!”