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Conservation efforts we have partnered with to raise funds for a better future for wildlife. 

Oregon Zoo – California Condor

Donated 80% of proceeds from t-shirt ($1100)

“The California condor was the first species to be listed under the Endangered Species Act in 1973. By 1987, the entire wild population had been reduced to 22 wild birds, which were taken into captivity to form the nucleus of today's California condor recovery program. The first birds were reintroduced into the wild in 1992. The Condors of the Columbia habitat is home to three adult birds from the zoo's Jonsson Center for Wildlife Conservation condor recovery program that cannot be released in the wild.”


Oregon Zoo – Pacific Lamprey

Donated 100% of proceeds from shirt ($300)

“The Pacific Lamprey in the zoo's tank comes from the Tribal Pacific Lamprey Restoration program. As part of this program, the tribal team collects lamprey that are returning to fresh water below the three lowest dams on the Columbia River, with the help of the Army Corps of Engineers. The team puts the lamprey in holding tanks for a year or two, until they're ready to spawn. They will be loaning the zoo some of these fish for the lamprey exhibit. When they're ready to spawn, the tribal team will transport these and many others to their original range on tributaries of the upper Columbia River and the Snake River. Then they'll bring the zoo a new set of lamprey for our visitors to watch.”


Trunks & Leaves – Asian Elephants

Donated 30% of proceeds from t-shirt ($295)

“Our mission is to raise awareness about Asian elephants and their habitats, locally and globally, compiling resources and tools for education, research and conservation.”

Wildlife Warriors – Australia Wildfire Relief

Donated 100% of proceeds from mystery sticker packs ($1120)

“Vision: Our vision is that people, wildlife and habitat survive and prosper without being detrimental to the existence of each other. Mission: To be the most effective wildlife conservation organization in the world through the delivery of outstanding outcome-based programs and projects, inclusive of humanity.”


American Association of Zoo Keepers – Bowling for Rhinos

Donated 100% of proceeds from t-shirt ($956)

“The AAZK Bowling for Rhinos Program connects dedicated individuals with conservation organizations working directly with rhino and their habitats. We provide an avenue for raising funds and awareness to support in situ programs focused on education, protection, population management, and habitat conservation.”

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