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Brenda's blog @ Audubon

An Audubon Zoo Animal Wish-List

By: Brenda, Director of Education and Volunteers, Audubon Zoo
This is the season of giving and there are some creatures here at the Audubon Zoo that would really like a toy this holiday season.

A Volunteer with a Purple Heart

By: Brenda, Director of Education and Volunteers, Audubon Zoo
Michael came to my office today to show me things that he has shown very few people in his life.

Belize Conservation and Ecology

August 11, 2011 | Tag(s): conservation, Jaguar
By: Brenda, Director of Education and Volunteers, Audubon Zoo
I just returned from an amazing educational adventure in Belize. It was a cross between “Survivor” and National Geographic.

An Eight-Legged Camp Mascot

July 28, 2011 | Tag(s): Summer Zoo Camp
By: Brenda, Director of Education and Volunteers, Audubon Zoo
An eight-legged creature that was dropped off by a visitor (whose wife was terrified of it!) has become the zoo camp darling.
Brenda Bee

I Am A Rock Star

By: Brenda, Director of Education and Volunteers, Audubon Zoo
A little girl pointed at me and whispered to her father “That’s the lady!"

An Exciting Start to Zoo Camp

June 7, 2011 | Tag(s): Cool Zoo, Summer Camp
By: Brenda, Director of Education and Volunteers, Audubon Zoo
Yesterday was the very first day of Zoo Camp. Boy, did we have an exciting day!
Whooping Crane

Endangered Species Day

By: Brenda, Director of Education and Volunteers, Audubon Zoo
I think that when most people think of endangered or threatened species they think of exotic animals or creatures in far off lands.

A Special Wedding gift

April 29, 2011 | Tag(s): Asian elephants, conservation
By: Brenda, Director of Education and Volunteers, Audubon Zoo
What does a Royal Wedding have to do with Conservation?

Earthworms and Earthfest

March 17, 2011 | Tag(s): birds, conservation, Earthfest, reptiles
By: Brenda, Director of Education and Volunteers, Audubon Zoo
I just finished my 6 foot earthworm model in time for this weekend’s Earthfest at the Audubon Zoo.

Committing to Conservation

By: Brenda, Director of Education and Volunteers, Audubon Zoo
These delegates are some of the best and brightest professionals working to save endangered animals and their habitats from, well, humans.

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