Date(s) - 04/11/2022 at 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Please attend a free presentation at the Bramble Park Zoo!*
A little bit about the speaker:
Stephanie is an accomplished wildlife conservationist and the former host of Mutual of Omaha’s Wild Kingdom. She has worked with – and learned from – biologists, conservation leaders, CEOs, farmers, and fishermen in 20 countries. Her insight has earned her a seat on the International Union of Conservation Nature’s (IUCN), Education and Communication Commission, and as an Ambassador for Scubapro and CuriosityStream. Stephanie has also appeared on The Weather Channel, Animal Planet, and The Harry Connick Jr. Show. Steph and her husband, wildlife artist, Tim Davison lived in a 180sq.ft. tiny house for 5 years which was featured on Tiny House, Big Living on HGTV. Currently, Stephanie is the Director of Education for the Endangered Wolf Center in Eureka, Missouri.
Stephanie Arne’s passion for dolphins, dugongs, and dragonflies was built into her DNA. From her early years as a kid in the plains of South Dakota, her passion has evolved into a mission to expose humans to the interconnectedness of nature through spirited and engaging storytelling. Steph has spent time with the world’s leading conservationists – at zoos and aquariums, on dive boats in Australasia, amongst the rainforests of Borneo, and in the villages of Africa. Her consistent goal is to understand the big picture of global conservation to empower her audience to be better stewards of our natural world. In this presentation, Stephanie shares her personal story, with an introduction to some of her favorite organizations and heroes that she met along the way, including ways that kids and adults alike can get involved and participate in wildlife conservation projects at a local or global level.
*the zoo grounds will be closed this evening as this is an after hours event and we want all of the staff members to be able to enjoy the event too!