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The first herd of 12 Asian elephants that were formerly circus performers has arrived at White Oak Conservation, a refuge for rare species in Yulee.

Grevy's zebras at White Oak
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Four Grevy’s zebras, the world’s largest and most endangered species of zebra, were recently born at White Oak Conservation in Yulee.

A Florida grasshopper sparrow perches on a bush at White Oak.
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A new $140,000 grant will be used at the White Oak Conservation Center in Yulee to try and prevent the extinction of North America’s most endangered bird, the Florida grasshopper sparrow.

Image: These Florida panther kittens are being cared for by White Oak Conservation in Yulee.
White Oak Conservation

Two endangered Florida panthers have found a home in Northeast Florida after a mysterious neurological disorder left their mother unable to care for them.

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Two whooping crane chicks recently hatched, marking the first time White Oak Conservation in Yulee has successfully bred this critically endangered species.