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Local Conservation in Action

Thursday, June 7, 2018
12 to 1 pm
Kampala Conference Room at the Sacramento Zoo
*Included with zoo admission and free for Sacramento Zoo members. No RSVP needed.

In this talk, the Cosumnes River Preserve manager will discuss the restoration of priority freshwater wetlands for endangered species at the Cosumnes river preserve. They will discuss their plan to restore over 100 acres of priority wetlands and oak woodlands on the preserve. This will immediately benefit the threatened Giant Garter Snake and the protected Greater Sandhill Crane, as well as many other species of special concern. So stop by Kampala Cafe to grab some lunch and learn how the Sacramento Zoo and YOU are helping to save local endangered species. See you there!

Garter Snake at Cosumnes River Preserve
Garter snake at the Cosumnes River Preserve

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Quarters for Conservation Projects

Find more information at the Quarters for Conservation webpage or explore the Conservation section of the website!

Quarter for Conservation program