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VIRTUAL WILDLIFE CONSERVATION EXPO

October 10 & 17, 2020
8am–2pm  PDT

Virtual Wildlife Conservation Expo

A GLOBAL JOURNEY FROM YOUR HOME
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10 & 17, 2020

Expo is an annual event that welcomes you into the vast, thrilling world of wildlife conservation. Because this has been a year like no other, we are bringing you a special Expo experience where you’ll embark on an adventure filled with unprecedented stories from conservationists in the field. Expo will reach further than ever before by going virtual, safely connecting people from San Francisco to Nairobi to Argentina and beyond. There are so many tales of hope and resilience to share that this year’s Expo will take place over several days, giving you more time to experience the wild. Throughout Expo, you’ll have the chance to choose your unique wild adventure from the comfort of your living room and connect with wildlife champions from around the world.

 
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What to Expect

49

Speakers

24+

Species

25+

Countries
 

See Who is Speaking at Expo

We are proud to bring you wildlife conservation heroes from all across the globe. Click the button below to learn about the speakers at Expo or watch all the presentations you missed from the talks on October 10, 2020
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DIVE INTO PRESENTATIONS FROM ALL OF WCN'S PARTNERS
INTERACT WITH INTERNATIONAL SPEAKERS AND SURPRISE GUESTS
GET UPDATES FROM EACH OF WCN'S WILDLIFE FUNDS

Seek Your Wild Adventure

TAKE PART IN
Q&A SESSIONS WITH LEADING CONSERVATIONISTS
 

Thanks To Our Sponsors! 

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You won't want to miss Expo this year!

209 Mississippi St.
San Francisco, CA 94107

virtualexpo@wildnet.org

Tel: 415-202-6380

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