Rocklin, CA (PRWEB) June 22, 2013
Join us, show your support and learn from the world’s best about saving the magnificent orangutan species, as Sierra College Natural History Museum presents 'Hangout for Orangutans', Friday, 26 June 2013, 5:30pm reception/7:00pm presentation, Auburn Placer Performing Arts Theatre 985 Lincoln Way, Auburn, CA 95603.
Hangout for Orangutans is a world tour to raise global awareness and become more informed about the dire situation orangutans are facing and what we as consumers can do about it.
The battle to save the closest relative to man is reaching crisis point. The orangutan species face extinction due to rapidly expanding palm oil plantations and habitat loss in Borneo and Sumatra, South East Asia.
$7.00 general admission/free for #Sierra College Natural History Museum Members for presentation only.
$17.00 general admission/$10.00 for Museum Members for reception and presentation. Reception will feature light fare and drinks. All proceeds from the reception will be donated to #Orangutan Repbulik.
The Sierra College Natural History Museum is a favorite place of the regional public. Thousands each year attend seminars, programs, field trips and activities sponsored by the Museum and designed specifically for the public. For a guided tour, call 916-660-7995 and leave a message.
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Contact: Museum Director, Keely Carroll
The Hangout for Orangutans tour will culminate with the Trans Borneo Challenge, the biggest international fundraiser ever attempted to help save the orangutan. The goal is to have 200,000 global supporters donate just $1 to raise $200,000 for orangutan conservation in 2013, which will make a huge difference in saving the endangered species.
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