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AAZK Race Against Extinction

May 17, 2024 Honey Creek, IA 51542 US

Race Against Extinction NEW DATE!

New Date: May 17, 2024

The Race Against Extinction has been moved to Friday, May 17th, 2024. Thank you so much for your patience and we look forward to seeing you there!


27792 Ski Hill Loop
Honey Creek, IA US 51542


Please join us for the 15th Annual Race Against Extinction…Footprints for the Future! 

Presented by AAZK and Peak Performance to help Conservation efforts worldwide. This year all proceeds will go to Galapagos Conservation Trust.

This event will bring us together for Earth Day to do our part for conservation while enjoying the fresh air and trails at Hitchcock Nature Center!

DATE: April 26, 2024

TIME:  Starting at 6:00 PM 

REGISTRATION PRICES: February 9 through April 12 - $30 (includes tshirt), April 12 through April 25 - $35, $40 on April 26 (Race day)

Stick around for the post-race award ceremony, door prizes, music, food and beverages! Unique Earth-friendly race medals for top 3 male & female finishers overall and in 10 year age increments.

If you are unable to attend but still would like to support, you can buy a shirt for $20 by clicking the Race Contact Info link below (by April 12th), or donate to Galapagos Conservation Trust by clicking the Donate tab at the top of the page.  



Race Contact Info

If you have any questions about this race, click the button below.

Your Participation Helps!

100% of this year's race proceeds will go to Galapagos Conservation Trust!

The amazing diversity of wildlife in Galapagos is what makes the Archipelago so special. The Islands are situated at the meeting point of several oceanic currents, creating a unique array of habitats. Animals like the Marine Iguana, Giant Tortoise, Galapagos Penguin, and Darwin's Finches only exist on these islands!

Galapagos Conservation Trust was launched in 1995 and is the only UK-registered charity to focus exclusively on the conservation and sustainable development of the Galapagos Archipelago. We deliver programmes that fill gaps in scientific and socioeconomic knowledge, fund local scientists, NGOs and community groups, and partner with Ecuadorian authorities. We advocate for change to protect the wildlife of Galapagos, while amplifying the local voices of Galapagos across the UK and beyond.

For more information about this great organization please visit




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