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Earth Day

Saturday April 20, 2024 | 10:00am – 3:00pm


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Party for the Planet: Safari West Edition! Dress as Your Favorite Animal!

Join us as we come together to celebrate Earth Day and Otto’s inaugural spring at Safari West. As valued guests of Safari West, you’re essential partners in our mission to protect and preserve our planet’s precious ecosystems. Immerse yourself in an Earth Day adventure at Safari West before or after your safari as you see our glorious animals! This Earth Day, we’re hosting a special event for our guests, featuring over 40 conservation groups dedicated to safeguarding species worldwide. Explore inspiring organizations committed to conservation and join us in making a difference!

Guests are encouraged to dress as their favorite animal and, enjoy a safari adventure all your own.

Book your safari today and come party for the planet with Safari West and Friends on Saturday, April 20, 2024!

And don’t forget to check out some of our special guests below from 10 am to 3 pm on the lawn:

Action for Nature – Tree Frog Treks
Ape Action Africa
Bee Dirt – honey tasting
Bone Display with Kirsten
California Bluebird Recovery Program
California Chinchilla Rescue
Children’s Museum of Sonoma County
Classroom Safari – live animals
Defenders of Wildlife
East Bay Vivarium – live snakes
Fawn Rescue
Felidae Conservation Fund
Happy Hollow Zoo
Heirs to Ocean
International Bird Rescue
Kaminando (about jaguars)
Land Paths
Native Bird Connections – live birds
Norcal Bats – live bats
North Coast Resource Conservation & Development Council (about bees)
North Bay Conservation Corp
Paula Lane Foundation (about badgers)
Pepperwood Preserve
Petaluma Wildlife Museum
Point Blue
Quetzal Ecology (preserving the culture and community of San Miguel, Mexico)
Redwood Region Ornithological Society
River Otter Ecology Project
Russian River Keeper
Safari West Wildlife Foundation
Save the Snakes
Save the Turtles
Shark Stewards
Sonoma County Wildlife Rescue
Sonoma Ecology Center
Symbiiotica – Mushrooms
The Bird Rescue Center of Sonoma County – live birds
UC Berkeley (flesh-eating beetles)
Urban Wildlife Research (about foxes)
Worth a Dam