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Monday, March 9 • 4:00pm - 6:00pm

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About Interact with scientists at the Beckman Center for Conservation Research at the Wild Animal Park as they demonstrate state-of-the-art methods for rescuing and saving endangered species and their habitats. Target audience is 5th graders and up. This event is free of charge and no pre-registration is required. The event will be held at the Beckman Center for Conservation Research, headquarters for the research arm of the San Diego Zoo. Attendees will drive to the San Diego Zoo's Wild Animal Park in Escondido as they normally would (signs posted from Interstate 15), but instead of turning left into the Main Park Entrance, they will continue east on the highway to the very next left turn (there is a driveway there with a closed gate). An employee at the gate will let visitors through, but just in case, attendees can press the button labeled ""Beckman Center"" on the keypad to the left of the driveway and someone will answer and be able to open the gate (there will also be posted directions there at the gate). Once inside the gate, attendees need to make an immediate left turn, and the Beckman Center is the last building on the right; there will be plenty of parking right out front of the building.
Pre-Registration Required This event is limited to 100 attendees. Attendees are requested to RSVP directly to Maggie Reinbold at mreinbold@sandiegozoo.org Links | Link to Host organization Location East County, North County Audience Grade School, Middle School, High School, Family, Teachers Areas Nature Host organization The San Diego Zoo's Conservation and Research for Endangered Species (CRES) Tags biology, wildlife, conservation

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