Vacationing in Florida is always a unique experience because there are a myriad of exciting things to do and see. The weather is always a positive factor. It has mild winters, which makes it an easy choice for those who want to escape the winter cold. The summers are just right for sightseeing, explorations, and adventurous hiking and trailblazing. This state is wonderful for delving into the arts and the theater. It has specific districts for each, and the museums in the various cities depict the cultures of the world that have helped the state become an artistic center. Florida is also rich in animal life and their protection. This is evident of the Palm Beach Zoo and Conservation Society.
Located in West Palm Beach, the Zoo and Conservation Society sponsor many conservation projects all across the globe. The majority of the work that they do deals with many of the different species that are in their collection. The need for conservation is easily understood and realized by the visitors who see the animals periodically, and the staff who works with them on a daily basis. The zoo is open daily, and offers a top rated experience for visitors with over 550 species of animals. Many of the animals there are of an endangered species. The goal of the zoo is to hopefully inspire people to become advocated, and act on the wildlife and natural world’s behalf.
The Palm Beach Zoo and Conservation Society offers several interactive experiences with the Kaola, Sloths, and tigers. They also provide children centered activities such as breakfast with Mr. Easter Bunny. They also have a craft beer festival for the adults, and a 5K tiger awareness run throughout the year. The West Palm Beach zoo attractions are available for tourists and locals to take advantage of the opportunity to become an active part of the conservation and protection of animals.
The Conservation Society accepts donations to assist them in the projects that they sponsor, much of which is done in countries abroad where many of the animals in their collection once lived in their own ecosystems. They hope to provide an umbrella of protective services to animals who are being destroyed illegally. In the world societies today, many of the animals are driven away because of the destruction of trees and forests. It is a goal of conservation societies to help maintain the animal ecosystems as much as possible. The Palm Beach Zoo and Conservation Society is a voice for the security of all animals in and beyond their collection.