‘Kid conservationist’ from Nashua in the running for Nickelodeon Kid of the Year
By Dean Shalhoup - Senior Staff Writer | Nov 21, 2020
Patrons at Zoo Boise in Idaho gather around for Nashua resident Jack Dalton's presentation on the plight of Orangutan apes on World Orangutan Day 2019.
An example of the "fun videos" Jack Dalton creates and posts on social media to educate people about Orangutan apes.
Jack Dalton met and interviewed award-winning wildlife film producer Geoff Spanner at last year's Wildlife Conservation Film Festival in New York.
Jack Dalton set up a booth at a Nashua Farmers Market earlier this year to sell products that raise funds for the Orangutan Alliance.
A slide from Jack Dalton's interview with National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore on Jack's YouTube channel, "Kid Conservationist."
Jack Dalton holds up examples of the tote bags he designed and sells to raise money for the Orangutan Alliance.
Jack Dalton interviews a zookeeper of the day named Lexi at the Memphis Zoo, when he visited and presented to the zoo thousands of dollars in donations he'd raised for the Orangutan cause.
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