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White Oak Conservation Center occupies 600 acres situated in northeast Florida along the St. Marys River, 30 miles north of Jacksonville. A staff of approximately 30 zoologists, clinical personnel, and their support groups are involved in conservation efforts for an animal collection of more than 25 species. Species at the Conservation Center include cheetahs, zebras, rhinos and giraffe.
Guided tours offer guests a view rare of endangered animals living in natural, open-range habitats, and the opportunity to learn about White Oak Conservation Center’s work.