This video needs to be seen. As today is #WorldNatureConservationDay, can you spare just 4 minutes of your time? https://t.co/Nk5uvUqseC— Durrell Wildlife (@DurrellWildlife) July 28, 2016
As we support Henry and his charity work, today our spotlight is on Durrell and how the organization works with local communities to try and ensure species don't disappear. The charity just released a video from its work in Madagascar that is really a must-watch.
There are many ways you can help Durrell continue its work around the world. Lizzy did her part by adopting Henry's family at the wildlife park on his native island of Jersey. You can do the same at cavillconservation.com, where you can also keep up with Henry's updates and sign up for future ones.
Here's my adoption pack from @DurrellWildlife It's amazing.Glad to help them on their incredible work. #HenryCavill pic.twitter.com/QPeZBOxlEn— Lizzy Laby (@LizzyLaby) July 26, 2016
Last May he helped raise valuable funds, when he participated in The Durrell Challenge that will return next year. We really think he deserves to be recognized for his work, so please help us get him shortlisted for a JustGiving award. Here is the link to nominate Henry.
Finally, a reminder that there is always a lot going on at Durrell, so make sure you're keeping up with the charity on social media and Durrell TV.
Happy 43rd #birthday to Assumbo, the first #gorilla to be born at Durrell Wildlife Park back in 1973! pic.twitter.com/EDmRo8YS9X— Durrell Wildlife (@DurrellWildlife) July 15, 2016
Save the date - the Silverback Ball will be a night to remember! 17 Sept, The Royal Yacht Hotel. Tickets: £80. Book: https://t.co/U4t2bHeL1K— Durrell Wildlife (@DurrellWildlife) July 15, 2016
15 Poke stops & 2 #Pokemon gyms @ Durrell! Share your Pokémon victories with #Durrellpokeselfie to win Park tickets! pic.twitter.com/7cGEfPPY6y— Durrell Wildlife (@DurrellWildlife) July 15, 2016
Happy World Nature Conservation Day, Durrell!