White Oak conserves and sustains some of the earth's rarest wild animals through innovative training, research, education, breeding, and field programs that contribute to the survival of wildlife in nature.  The conservation programs span 700 acres along the St. Mary’s River in northeast Florida, surrounded by over 17,000 acres of mixed forest and wetlands that make up the beautiful White Oak property.  Founded in 1982, White Oak leads professional efforts to improve veterinary care, develop holistic animal management techniques, and better understand the biology of critically endangered species by providing excellent care and managing conservation programs for over 30 species of imperiled wildlife in large, naturalistic habitats. The Florida grasshopper sparrow (Ammodramus savanna

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