White Oak Conservation

Mable, April and Kelly Ann are among the Asian elephants that will be coming to  White Oak Conservation.
White Oak Conservation

A signature piece of “The Greatest Show On Earth” is being retired to White Oak Conservation in Nassau County.

Grevy's zebras at White Oak
White Oak Conservation

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.
White Oak Conservation

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.

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.