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Brenda's blog @ Audubon

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Camping at the Zoo

September 28, 2010 | Tag(s): lion, Safari After Dark
By: Brenda, Director of Education and Volunteers, Audubon Zoo
Safari After Dark is urban camping with a little bit of local nature, some creature comforts and a dash of African Safari added in.

Items on a Zoo Educators Desk

September 21, 2010 | Tag(s): Bugmobile, Teacher Resources, Wetland Express
By: Brenda, Director of Education and Volunteers, Audubon Zoo
Why do we have all this weird stuff? Because it is our job to piqué the curiosity of the young and old.
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Recycling

September 15, 2010 | Tag(s): Recycle, Zoo Gift Shop
By: Brenda, Director of Education and Volunteers, Audubon Zoo
I did some “dumpster diving” at work today. I know that is an unusual confession from a director of a department, but my department is made
Joggers

Step Challenge

By: Brenda, Director of Education and Volunteers, Audubon Zoo
There’s an interesting phenomena going on around the zoo right now. People are walking, not regular guest people-staff people. Staff peopl
Black History Month

ECCO

By: Brenda, Director of Education and Volunteers, Audubon Zoo
This free program is for New Orleans youth, ages 13 to 16, to experience the Zoo over the school year through activities ...

ZooDoo Gold

August 11, 2010 | Tag(s): Audubon Marketplace, compost, ZooDoo Gold
By: Brenda, Director of Education and Volunteers, Audubon Zoo
I am excited about this new product. I can create educational “Poop Theatre” and perhaps an "Endangered Feces Day". The possibilities are

Big Love at Audubon Zoo

July 29, 2010 | Tag(s): SSP, Western lowland gorillas
By: Brenda, Director of Education and Volunteers, Audubon Zoo
There’s a new “sister-wife” here at the zoo. I have been anxious to see her. She’s young and she has a reputation as being a male chaser and

Mondays are project days.

July 19, 2010 | Tag(s): Reptile House
By: Brenda, Director of Education and Volunteers, Audubon Zoo
It’s not a day that we sit with our feet up and have long zoological conversations over tall glasses of iced tea.

Things a Rock Has Taught Me

By: Brenda, Director of Education and Volunteers, Audubon Zoo
This summer I decided I needed a motivational tool to get the Audubon Zoo campers and their staff out into the zoo more.
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Getting My Groove Back

July 9, 2010 | Tag(s): Monkey Hill, Zoo Camp
By: Brenda, Director of Education and Volunteers, Audubon Zoo
I lost my groove. I tried to cure it with ice cream and frozen yogurt.

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