White Oak Conservation Largest Elephant Herd In Western Hemisphere Coming To White Oak In Yulee By Bill Bortzfield • Sep 23, 2020 White Oak Conservation Listen Listening... / 1:07 Hear the story airing WJCT News 89.9 A signature piece of “The Greatest Show On Earth” is being retired to White Oak Conservation in Nassau County. Endangered Zebras Born At White Oak Wildlife Refuge In Yulee By Brendan Rivers • Aug 17, 2020 White Oak Conservation Listen Listening... / 0:42 Hear this story airing on WJCT News 89.9 Four Grevy’s zebras, the world’s largest and most endangered species of zebra, were recently born at White Oak Conservation in Yulee. White Oak Gets More Funding To Help Prevent Extinction Of Nation’s Most Endangered Bird By Brendan Rivers • Apr 23, 2020 White Oak Conservation Listen Listening... / 0:49 Hear this story airing on 89.9 FM WJCT. 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. 2 Rare Florida Panther Kittens Find Refuge At White Oak In Yulee By WJCT News • Jan 16, 2020 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. 2 Endangered Whooping Cranes hatched at White Oak Released In Wisconsin Refuge With Parents By Bill Bortzfield • Sep 4, 2018 White Oak Conservation Two critically endangered whooping cranes raised in Nassau County have been flown along with their parents and released to the Horicon National Wildlife Refuge in eastern Wisconsin.