CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) – Did your Christmas decorations get started by finding broken Christmas lights or extension cords?
Cleveland Metroparks Zoo has an answer: as a substitute of throwing them away, believe creating a donation to assist give protection to lions and cheetahs in Tanzania.
According to the zoo’s web page, they’re going to settle for faulty, non-working, or used Christmas lights and extension cords till January 31st.
The web page states that pieces donated might be recycled, with proceeds going to the zoo’s companions in the lion and cheetah conservation program.
Items can also be dropped off at the major front of the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo or in the Cuyahoga County Solid Waste District at 4750 E. 131 St. in Garfield Heights.
In partnership with the Ruaha Carnivore Project and Lion Landscapes, the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo works to mitigate conflicts between people and meat and to increase efficient, long-term coverage methods for enormous predators in Tanzania. This group is helping scale back the unfavourable have an effect on of carnivore presence by offering necessary conservation-related advantages to native communities.
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