Penn State Altoona to present 'Jungle' Jack Hanna, March 15

Editor's Note: Due to medical issues, Jack Hanna's scheduled appearance at Penn State Altoona on March 15 has been postponed. Those with tickets to the March 15 event may hold them, as they will be accepted for the rescheduled date, which will be announced as soon as possible.

ALTOONA, Pa. — Jack Hanna will present at Penn State Altoona as part of the college’s Distinguished Speaker Series at 7:30 p.m., Thursday, March 15 in the Adler Athletic Complex.

Free tickets for the event are available now at the Penn State Altoona Bookstore and the box office in the Misciagna Family Center.

Animals that may make an appearance, but are not guaranteed, include a cheetah, bobcat, snow leopard, kangaroo, penguin, tortoise, bald eagle, barred owl, and sloth.

Recognized around the country as America’s favorite zookeeper, Hanna explores the corners of the globe as one of the most visible and respected animal ambassadors in the world. His enthusiasm and hands-on approach to wildlife conservation has won him widespread acclaim as an author, television personality, conservationist, and director emeritus of the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium.

Hanna has made countless television appearances on shows such as "Good Morning America," "Larry King Live," "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," and the "Late Show with David Letterman." He has created three of his own nationally syndicated television programs: "Jack Hanna’s Animal Adventures," "Jack Hanna’s Into the Wild," and most recently "Jack Hanna’s Wild Countdown."

Author of ten books, Hanna's timeless tales continue to captivate audiences of every generation. His most recent release is a new book in his children’s series, "Passport Into the Wild." This book allows readers to travel by his side across all seven continents to explore fascinating cultures and animals.

Last Updated March 12, 2018