Woodland Park Zoo and The Lab at Ada's Proudly Present: Women in Conservation: Saving Local Species at Woodland Park Zoo

Doors at 6:30pm, Program starts at 7:00pm

  • 21+
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Woodland Park Zoo and The Lab at Ada's Proudly Present: Women in Conservation: Saving Local Species at Woodland Park Zoo

Learn how women in our community are saving endangered species at Woodland Park Zoo and around the world!

Three conservation experts from Woodland Park Zoo will discuss how they save species in our region and around the world. Half of all profits will go towards saving the endangered Western pond turtle and Oregon silverspot butterfly.

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21+ with ID

The Lab at Ada's


The Lab at Ada's

425 15th Ave E
Seattle, WA 98112

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