Disney Eco Fund Pays Out

The Disney Wildlife Conservation Fund has awarded $1.4 million to nonprofit environmental groups and universities studying endangered species.

Eighty-two programs in 27 countries will benefit from the latest round
of funding, which will address a variety of needs, including tracking
collars for tigers and wolves, four-wheel-drive vehicles for reaching
remote African areas and new wings for an ultralight aircraft used to
lead migrating whooping cranes across the United States.

Disney raises this money, in part, from donations made by guests visiting Disney’s Animal Kingdom. (Link)


Disney Eco Fund Pays Out

The Disney Wildlife Conservation Fund has awarded $1.4 million to nonprofit environmental groups and universities studying endangered species.

Eighty-two programs in 27 countries will benefit from the latest round
of funding, which will address a variety of needs, including tracking
collars for tigers and wolves, four-wheel-drive vehicles for reaching
remote African areas and new wings for an ultralight aircraft used to
lead migrating whooping cranes across the United States.

Disney raises this money, in part, from donations made by guests visiting Disney’s Animal Kingdom. (Link)