From our friends at the Disney Parks Blog.
We want you to be among the first to experience our new free app, Disneynature Explore made possible byDisney Citizenship. Kids and families can now explore the outdoors like never before through the world of animals.
Click here to download Disneynature Explore free on the App Store.
Did you know:
- You can see African lions on the Kilimanjaro Safaris at Disney’s Animal Kingdom and loggerhead sea turtles at The Seas with Nemo & Friends at Epcot.
The Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund (DWCF) has collaborated with Disneynature and nonprofit organizations to protect wildlife and wild places, including:
- Planting three million trees with The Nature Conservancy (Disneynature “Earth”)
- Protecting more than 40,000 acres of coral with The Nature Conservancy (Disneynature “Oceans”).
- Protecting 65,000 acres of savanna with African Wildlife Foundation (Disneynature “African Cats”).
- Protecting nearly 130,000 acres of chimpanzee habitat, educating more than 60,000 children, and caring for orphaned chimpanzees with the Jane Goodall Institute (Disneynature “Chimpanzee”)
If you see Disneynature “Bears” during its opening week (April 18-24, 2014), Disneynature will make a contribution to the National Park Foundation through the DWCF to protect wildlife and wild places across the National Park system.
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