Teens to learn about endangered wildlife at Brevard Zoo event



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Brevard Zoo

Central Florida youth are invited to learn about local and international conservation efforts at Brevard Zoo’s eighth annual Youth Environmental Summit on Saturday, July 27 from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Organized by members of the Zoo Teen volunteer program for peers ages 12–18, the event features speakers from Florida Wildlife Hospital, Brevard County Parks and Recreation, University of Florida, Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute and other organizations from across the state. Attendees will also participate in hands-on workshops, art projects, and interactive panel discussions. The theme, “Animals in Danger,” encompasses topics such as invasive plants and animals; citizen science; art and wildlife protection; sustainable choices to help endangered species; and more.

A $15 participation fee, which includes a pizza lunch and event bag, is required to attend. Registration is open until July 25 at brevardzoo.org/youth-environmental-summit.

 

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