Poster: Giraffe in Downtown Las Vegas
World Giraffe Day – giraffeconservation.org/world-giraffe-day – is an annual event initiated by Giraffe Conservation Foundation (@Save_Giraffe) to celebrate the longest-necked animal on June 21, the longest day or night of the year (depending on which hemisphere you live). Hashtag: #WorldGiraffeDay
This annual event creates awareness, raises support and sheds light on the challenges giraffe face in the wild. Only 110,000 giraffe remain in the wild. The time to act is now.
Zoos, schools, NGOs, governments, institutions, companies and conservation organizations around the world are hosting events on June 21 every year to raise awareness and support for giraffe in the wild.
Tomorrow is #WorldGiraffeDay. What are you doing to #StandTallForGiraffe? Show us your talent for giraffe and don't forget to tell your friends. Check our social media tomorrow for exciting giraffe news and updates. Together we can make a difference and save giraffe in Africa! pic.twitter.com/FbpOPNzqrg
— Giraffe Conservation Foundation (GCF) (@Save_Giraffe) June 20, 2020
— Abdoul Razack Moussa Zabeirou (@RazackMoussa87) June 20, 2020
— The Toronto Zoo (@TheTorontoZoo) June 20, 2020
Giraffe surveilance by @WajirCountyKE Department of Environment, Energy and Natural resources led by CECM Mrs. Roney Mayow together with @kwskenya officials in preparation for #WorldGiraffeDay which is celebrated on 21st June every year. pic.twitter.com/LaAuJ6St98
— Ndugu Shaks 🚾. (@NduguShaks) June 20, 2020