Happy Pride Month!


Photos courtesy of Dragonfly student Ginger Levinson of Nashville, Tennessee, in Belize; AIP graduate Joanna Volavka of San Diego, California, in India; current AIP student Myranda Parker of Tampa, Florida, in the Okefenokee swamp (Georgia–Florida line); GFP graduate Jacqueline McGonigal of Foley, Alabama, in Belize; and GFP student Melissa Neuter of Santa Rosa, California, in Baja; and Nicole Wroblewski of Phoenix, Arizona, in Baja.

Pride Month is a time for celebrating diversity and the self-affirmation, dignity, equality, and increased visibility of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, and Intersex (LGBTQI+) people. To help celebrate Pride Month and advocate for the LGBTQI+ community, we’ve compiled these social media posts and blogs from Miami University and our Advanced Inquiry Program (AIP) collaborators:

Chicago Zoological Society – Pride at the Brookfield Zoo

Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden & Pride Day at Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden

Denver Zoo

Miami University – Pride Events

Missouri Botanical Garden

San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance

Wildlife Conservation Society – John Scott and Cassandra Paul: A Time for Real Change – John Scott, who is featured on this website, earned a Master of Arts (MA) in the biological sciences from Miami University through Project Dragonfly‘s Global Field Program while working full-time as a wild animal keeper at Bronx Zoo.

Woodland Park Zoo

Project Dragonfly is resolved and engaged in dismantling the structures and forces of exclusion and oppression, particularly in our education systems and in the environmental and conservation movements. To learn more about Dragonfly’s Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) initiatives, please visit our DEI webpage.