Conservation Lecture Series

The Wolf: Life and Legend

Wednesday, April 26 • 7 – 8 p.m.
The Children's Museum of the Upstate
300 College Street
(use side entrance off of Academy Street)


Free and open to the public!


Special Guest Speaker:

Frank Capolupo, California Wolf Center Outreach Coordinator

Mexican gray wolves are considered one of the rarest land mammals in the world. With fewer than 400 wolves left, they are critically endangered. The California Wolf Center is working with the Mexican Gray Wolf Species Survival Plan to restore Mexican gray wolves to the southwestern United States and Mexico.
Join the California Wolf Center as we dispel myths about wolves and evaluate the ecological need for these top predators. If possible, pre-register.


Princess and Pirate: Save the Frogs Day

Princess and Pirate: Save the Frogs Day

Saturday, April 29 • 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Live Music by Hans Wolff


Save the Frogs Day is part of the Greenville Zoo's efforts to raise awareness of the rapid disappearance of frog species worldwide. This annual event features frog-inspired arts and crafts and educational activities, including the isolation of DNA with
 Clemson University Life Science Outreach Center.  

As an added twist, children 12 and under who come dressed as a princess or pirate will receive half-price admission with a paid adult admission from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Princess and pirate characters will also be strolling the zoo grounds, so bring your camera! 

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