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Project Dragonfly

Project Dragonfly's programs include Earth Expeditions' global graduate courses for educators and other professionals, the Global Field Program (GFP) and Advanced Inquiry Program (AIP) master's degrees, and iSaveSpecies, which engages zoo visitors throughout the country in science and conservation action. Have an idea for our Facebook page? Submit your idea to http://projectdragonfly.org/share!
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Baby oh baby, look at that face! Meet Pascal, the North American river otter pup born last month at the Brookfield Zoo. BZ is our AIP partner in Chicago!
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Project Dragonfly1 day ago
Fellowship program available through the North American Association for Environmental Education - NAAEE! Details below!
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Project Dragonfly3 days ago
It's triplet lemurs for Woodland Park Zoo, our AIP partner in Seattle! Congratulations WPZ, and welcome to the world, little ones!
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Project Dragonfly4 days ago
Join National Geographic Education all month long as they celebrate Earth Day and Citizen Science Month with virtual field trips! Learn more here!
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Project Dragonfly4 days ago
Our friends around the world experience different seasons at different times of the year. But here at Dragonfly, it's feeling more and more like Spring! Welcome to spring -- wherever you are! 🌸
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A collection of various types of flowers blooming.Facebook: https://facebook.com/nextobserverPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/nextobserver
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Project Dragonfly5 days ago
Congrats to Global Field Program student Tiffany James who was published in Animal Keepers’ Forum, a journal of The Association of Zoos and Aquariums! In the article, Tiffany encourages zoo keepers to take a role in advocating for conservation organizations and shares information about how Pan African Sanctuary Alliance (PASA) member sanctuaries have fared during COVID-19 closures. Read Tiffany's article here!