Travel Information

Welcome to St. Augustine, FL

WDA 2018 is excited to bring those who are focused on improving wildlife health, conservation and management to the nation's oldest city! We hope that you have a pleasant stay and make time to take in some of our national treasures. For more information on attractions and dining options in St. Augustine, FL, check out our Local Attractions and Sightseeing Page.


Weather

August in St. Augustine, FL is very warm with average highs in the upper 80’s and average lows in the low 70’s.


Rental Car Discount

Enterprise is pleased to offer WDA 2018 Conference participants discounted rental car rates prior to, during, and after the conference. To take advantage of these reduced rates, simply make your reservation through this link, which has the discount automatically built in. If making a reservation by phone (1-800-RENT-A-CAR), be sure to reference account #L430984 to receive the discounted rate.


Airports

Northeast Florida Regional Airport at St. Augustine (SGJ)

Five minutes from downtown St. Augustine and has full services and facilities to accommodate seaplanes, small aircraft and charter jets. For more information, contact Atlantic Aviation.

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Jacksonville International Airport (JAX)

Approximately 50 minutes north of St. Augustine. This three-concourse airport is served by national and regional airlines that connects the area to most major cities across the U.S.

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Orlando International Airport (MCO)

Approximately two (2) hours south of St. Augustine. This airport is served by national and regional airlines that connects the area to most major cities across the U.S.

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Airport Shuttles

Need a ride to or from the airport? Check out some of the local Airport Shuttle services linked below:



Important Dates

Conference T-Shirt Preorder deadline – July 5

Online Registration available until – July 22

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The mission of the WDA for the past 65 years has been to acquire, disseminate, and apply knowledge of the health and diseases of wild animals in relation to their biology, conservation, and interactions with humans and domestic animals. Visit our website for more information about  the Wildlife Disease Association and instructions on how you can become a member.

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