Brenda's blog @ Audubon

Feliz and Menari

Hangout for Orangutans

June 8, 2013 | Tag(s): conservation, Hang Out for Orangutans
By: Brenda, Director of Education and Volunteers, Audubon Zoo
On Monday, June 10, Audubon Zoo’s precocious little orangutan "Menari"will be celebrating her 4th birthday.
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Summer Camp

May 28, 2013 | Tag(s): Summer Camp
By: Brenda, Director of Education and Volunteers, Audubon Zoo
Audubon Zoo Summer Camp is a great camp from the start because of its location-a zoo!
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If You Care, Leave It There

April 10, 2013
By: Brenda, Director of Education and Volunteers, Audubon Zoo
“Why Is There a Turtle in a Sour Cream Container on Our Education Table?”
Earth Fest

Spring = Earthfest

By: Brenda, Director of Education and Volunteers, Audubon Zoo
We got very lucky and tomorrow’s Earthfest is going to have fantastic weather.
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Overheard Conversations of Hope

March 5, 2013 | Tag(s): conservation, Whooping Cranes
By: Brenda, Director of Education and Volunteers, Audubon Zoo
I almost did the “coffee spew” of ultimate surprise!
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Recycling into Unique Art

By: Brenda, Director of Education and Volunteers, Audubon Zoo
There are some new creatures at the Audubon Zoo Discovery Walk.
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Real Life "Hunger Games".

February 21, 2013 | Tag(s): Audubon Zoo Education
By: Brenda, Director of Education and Volunteers, Audubon Zoo
If you join us on our version of “Hunger Games” predator/prey you will see if you have the skills to survive.
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Grass Treats

February 19, 2013 | Tag(s): Animal Enrichment, Audubon Zoo Education
By: Brenda, Director of Education and Volunteers, Audubon Zoo
We observed the chickens loving it; next we give some to guinea pigs, ferrets, turtles and more.
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Year of the Snake

By: Brenda, Director of Education and Volunteers, Audubon Zoo
The snake is one of the most popular of the 12 Chinese zodiac animals.
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Worm Scientists

February 8, 2013 | Tag(s): Zoo education
By: Brenda, Director of Education and Volunteers, Audubon Zoo
Squeals were minimal and everyone eventually touched their personal worm as they moved through the inquiry process.