Conservation Expo - Presented by the OdySea Aquarium Foundation
January 19, 2019 | 9:00am - 4:00pm
OdySea Aquarium Foundation invites you to the Conservation Expo! Learn how YOU can be part of the solution and make a positive change for the planet.
This FREE family-friendly festival focused on conservation will feature:
- Opportunity to meet multiple animal ambassadors - up close & personal!
- Engage in interactive, hands-on activities
- Learn about 40+ organizations who are making a difference
- Meet pets available for adoption through Arizona Humane Society
- Enter a raffle for exciting prizes
- Pick up a reusable straw from Plastic Pollution Prevention (while supplies last)
Keep your eyes open as you are exploring, you'll see:
- Raptors (Hawks, Falcons, Vultures)
- Numerous types of reptiles from around the world
- OdySea Aquarium's own Penguins and Sloth
- Wild horses, and small mammals to name a few!
Come make conservation your New Year’s resolution by joining OdySea Aquarium and its conservation partners for a day of educational fun!
Including Over 40+ Local Organizations
Over 40 local organizations will be represented at the Conservation Expo including OdySea Aquarium, the Phoenix Herpetological Sanctuary, Liberty Wildlife, Arizona Humane Society, Arizona Game & Fish, Salt River Wild Horse Management Group, The Phoenix Zoo, Rattlesnake Solutions, Deb's Dragons, Heritage Park Zoo, Fallen Feathers, Butterfly Wonderland and many more!
Donate and Get $5 OFF General Admission to OdySea Aquarium
Donate one or more of the following wish list items for the organizations and you’ll receive $5 off regular general admission* to OdySea Aquarium.
- Paper towels, trash bags, contractor garbage bags, Ziploc bags, Dawn dish soap, printer/copier paper, hand soap, scrubby brushes, towels, pet carriers, canned dog food, canned cat food, dry cat food, puppy pads, cat toys, dog toys
* Limit one voucher per person
Professional Development for Teachers
Teachers can earn a certificate for 2 hours of professional development by attending the Conservation Expo and completing the required participation form about what they learned and how they can use it in their classrooms.