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Anderson, L. (2019). We Don't Live in a Vacuum. Green Teacher, (120), 19-22. 

Armentrout, K. (2020). Native/Invasive Species Speed-Dating. Green Teacher, (122), 24-31.

Arner, S. (2020). Be a Biologist. Legacy. 24 (5), 20-22.

Bachmann, A. (2021). Coulee Critters Explore Plastic Cutlery. Independently published, May 2021.

Badowski, K. (2017). Does conservation success depend on the local community? A review of community-based orangutan conservation in Southeast Asia. Current Conservation.

Bailes, L. (2020). Shark Perceptions and Conservation: A Predator Paradox. Ka Leo O Hawai'i. Retrieved from

Baker, J. (2016). Studying Arthropod Species Richness in a School-Yard Natural Area: Using Inquiry to Engage Student Interest in Scientific Studies. The American Biology Teacher, 575-579. 

Baldacci, L. (2019). Taking Flight with Conservation Education. Green Teacher, (120), 32-34. 

Banks, E. (2021). Crouching Students, Hidden Urban Ecosystems. Green Teacher, (128), 15-18.

Barisonek, K. (2016). Connecting iGeneration to the Natural World. Edutopia, 2016.

Barnett, S. (2019). Using Scientific Pedagogy to Teach History. Edutopia. Retrieved from

Barron, C. (2015). Lights out Baltimore: Saving birds one building at a time. The Maryland Yellowthroat, 35 (4), 7-8. 

Beacom, J. (2019). The Dangers of Anticoagulant Rat Poison. All Creatures, 5-6.

Beals, C., Combs, J. (2012). Stars in their eyes, math on their minds. The Earth Scientist, 29 (2), 23-27. 

Beam, M. (2012). Design and construction of scale holder and weighing platform for hard-to-weigh spider monkeys. Animal Keepers' Forum, 39 (8), 382-385. 

Beausoleil, Loyan. (2022). Chimney Swifts at the Naval Cemetery Landscape. Brooklyn Greenway Initiative. Retrieved from

Beery, K. (2017). How Can I Support My Child's Connection to Nature? My Metro Parents. Retrieved from

Behler, B. (2021). Creating Connections to Islands Far, by Connecting to People Near: Building a Madagascar Exhibit with the Human Element in Mind. Animal Keepers' Forum, 48 (10) 260-263. 

Bell, J. (2018). Inside The Birding Activity Bag. Green Teacher, (116), 29-32. 

Benfield, A. (2021). Working Together While Apart. Green Teacher, (128), 22-24.

Berlinski, A. (2012). Connecting art and science. Green Teacher, (96), 22-25. 

Betancur, S. (2018). Getting Kids Outdoors With Technology. Edutopia. Retrieved from

Blazer, S. (2018). A Wildlife Investigation for City Kids. Edutopia. Retrieved from

Boisvert, Alicia. (2022). What If? A Creative Summative Assessment to Illustrate the Effects of the Anthropocene on Species Evolution. The Science Teacher. Volume 90, Issue 1. Retrieved from

Brock, P., Dunifon, S., Nagel, L. (2016). Start with a Story: Five Schools and a Zoo Use the One Book, One Community Model to Bridge STEM into Steam. Science and Children, 53 (6), 48-53. 

Busse, A. (2015). Reconciling the relationship between humans and wolves. Current Conservation, 9.1. 

Butera, B. & Esser, S. (2019). A Forest in Motion. The Science Teacher, 86 (5), 22-33

Brooks, J. (2017). Taking Action Against Invasive Species. Green Teacher, (112) 35-37.

Byrne, T. (2015). Where Are the Butterflies? Creating a Safe Haven for Urban Lepidoptera. Pacific Horticulture, 2015, 36-41. 

Byrne, T. (2019). On the Verge. Pacific Horticulture, 2019, 42-47.

Cameron, S. (2021). An Inquiry-based Study of a Pipeline. Green Teacher.

Carpenter, J. (2018). Urban coyotes: conflict or coexistence? Current Conservation, 12.3. Retrieved from 

Chilstrom, H. (2013). Pollinators: An information and action guide for west coast gardeners. Pacific Horticulture, 74 (3).

Chrosniak, J. (2021). Using Origami to Teach Children About Endangered Animals. Edutopia’s website. Retrieved from

Clark, S. (2019). Lessons from Namibia. Audubon Miami Valley Newsletter. 48, 1.

Clark, S. (2020). The Day the Elephants Disappeared. Retrieved from

Cleary, A. (2017). Citizenship-building via Marine Debris Surveys. Green Teacher, (112) 18-22. 

Cole, C. (2018). Don't believe everything you read about banning polystyrene. Honolulu Star-Advertiser. Retrieved from

Collinsworth, L. (2017). Ethnobotany and millennial volunteers: Connecting a new generation with old knowledge. Public Garden, 32(1). 

Compton, S. (2017). Conservation Animation. Green Teacher, (112) 14-17. 

Connolly, Marissa. (2022). OpEd: How Can Long Islanders Help the North Atlantic Right Whale?. Long Island Press. Retrieved from

Coonrod, L. (2012). Volunteers, citizen science, and interpretation. Legacy, 23 (4), 33-35. 

Corpus, C. (2019). Get a Tattoo, Help Save a Species. Connect.

Corveleyn H., Ammentorp, L., Howley, L. (2020). The Promise of Pickles: Hydroponics in the classroom, Childhood Education, 96 (6),14-21, DOI: 

Costagliola, S. (2021). Are You Using Shark Cosmetics?. Sevenseas. Retrieved from

Coulter, D. (2014). Life in the Margins: The Role of the Post-Modern Hedgerow. Solutions, 5 (6), 31-33. 

Coulter, D. (2016). Adapting Sample Hedgerow Design Templates to Improve Biodiversity in Urban Landscapes. The Harbinger, 33 (2) 8-12. 

Coulter, D. (2016). More than Marginal Interest--- Adapting Hedgerows for Modern Landscapes. Planet Drum Pulse, 2016.

Coulter, D. (2017). Native Landscaping Along the Front Forty: Ideas for enhancing the interface between the road, your home site, and the woods. The Voice for Illinois Forests, 12 (4), 7-9.

Corveleyn, H., Madden, L., Ammentorp, L. (2020). Growing Environmental Hope Amid a Pandemic. Green Teacher. (124). Retrieved from

Craft, S. (2019). Unpacking Habitats. Green Teacher, (120), 7-10. 

Craft, S. (2019). Saving Our Oceans Through Coral Restoration. Sevenseas. Retrieved from

Craft, S. (2020). Does Shell Availability Matter?: Marine Protected Areas Impact on Invertebrates. Sevenseas. Retrieved from

Craft, S. (2020). Getting Students Outside with Local Species. Green Teacher. (125).

Craft, S. (2020). Using Live Species Around Campus to Understand Diets. Green Teacher, (122), 41-44. Retrieved from

Crumb, S. (2014). The Role of Zoo Playgrounds: Beyond Playtime & into Conservation Awareness. IZE Journal, 2014 (50), 24-26. 

Custer, H. (2021). Grow Better Tomatoes with Native Plants. The Healthy Planet. Retrieved from

Dalton, A. (2015). Lessons from Kenya: Wildlife, Community, & Collaboration Create Conservation Success. Audubon Miami Valley, 40. 

Danielczyk, L. (2016). Utilization of Zoo Enclosures in Capuchin and Spider Monkeys. Animal Keepers' Forum. 43 (2), 40-47.

Dawson, R. (2021). Sparking Interest in Biology by Focusing on Conservation. Edutopia’s website. Retrieved from

DeLanty, K. (2019). Zoo Visitor Perceptions Regarding the Conservation Status of Cotton-top Tamarins and Their Appropriateness as Pets. Animal Keepers' Forum. 46 (11), 302-307.

Diefenderfer, E. (2014). Wetland Warriors. Green Teacher, (104), 30-32. 

Diehl-Koroly, L. (2021). A Silent Threat to Our Coastal Wetlands. Retrieved from

Diritsky, I. (2014). Green Careers and the Community College: Embrace the Possibility. Adult Learning, 25 (2), 69-71. 

Dishong, S. (2019). From Garbage to Green. Green Teacher, (120), 28-31.

Doleh, Jesze. (2022). Conservation through Native American Petroglyphs. Green Teacher. 132, 37-40.  

Dorsey, S. (2019). An International Collaboration to Promote STEAM Experiences. American Alliance of Museums, 36-38. Retrieved from

Dorsey, S. (2020). The Promise of Virtual Education Programs: Cross-Cultural Exchange, School-Museum Collaborations, and STEAM Learning (and Lemurs!). American Alliance of Museums. Retrieved from

Dommin, L. (2019). A challenging habitat for wildlife., Retrieved from

Doss, A. (2016). Role-Playing, Inquiry and the Food Chain. Green Teacher, (111), 30-33. 

Brock, P., Dunifon, S., Nagel, L. (2016). Start with a Story: Five Schools and a Zoo Use the One Book, One Community Model to Bridge STEM into Steam, Science and Children. 53 (6), 48-53.

Duskin, H. (2021). Why Teachers Want Virtual Field Trips to Stay. American Alliance of Museums. Retrieved from

Dyer, C. (2017). Hope and a Hike: Cultivating nature connection and hope and setting the stage for action through a women’s walking group. The Journal of Sustainability Education. Vol. 16, December 2017.

Eitel, Mark. (2020). Adding Tools to the Conservation Toolbox: Can International Trade Policies That Undertax Mongolian Cashmere Provide Relief to Mongolia's Overtaxed Grasslands?. Journal of Animal & Natural Resource. 16, 41.

Eitel, Mark. (2021). In Mongolia and beyond, conservation scientists have failed society. Biodiversity and Conservation. 30(12), 3741-3745.

Ellers, K. (2020). Employee-owned companies provide alternative for good. Santa Fe New Mexican. Retrieved from

Even, A. (2021). More Than a Buzzword: Making Interdisciplinary Learning a Reality. Retrieved from

Eurell, Alissa. (2022). The Effect of Marine Conservation Policies in Mexico on Wildlife and Locals. Sevenseas. Retrieved from

Eyer, A. and Miller, L. J. (2020). Evaluating the Influence of Conspecifics on a Male Giant Anteater's (Myrmecophaga tridactyla) Pacing Behavior. Animal Behavior and Cognition. 7 (4), 556-566. Retrieved from

Fahey, D. (2012). Forest schools and the benefits of unstructured outdoor play. Clearing, 16-18. 

Fangman, B. (2021). My Goatscaped Lawn Turned Farm. Small Farmer’s Journal. Retrieved from

Fantasia, J. (2018). A Hiker's Guide to Dog Training. Colorado Outdoors, Retrieved from

Felker, E. (2019). Teaching Sustainability and Stewardship through Service. Green Teacher, (118), 20-24. 

Ferguson, S. (2016). Feeling the Urban Heat Island Effect. Green Teacher, 2016 (108), 6-8. 

Findley, J. (2014). Baja trip helps Bloom Scholar follow her dreams. Audubon Miami Valley. 40. 

Fitzpatrick, M. (2017). Why do adults visit zoos? Do they want to learn or have fun? IZE Journal. 2017 (53), 60-63.

Fochtman, E. (2020). Cotton top tamarins: the importance of natural cooperative care behaviors in a managed setting. Animal Keepers' Forum. 47 (12), 348-352.

Foltz, S. (2013). Citizen Science in the Classroom. Environmental Education Council of Ohio, 10-11. 

Ford, V. (2021). Harmful Algal Blooms. Green Teacher. 126, 5-8.

Forte, Mattie. (2022). LGBTQIA+ Folxs Need a Voice in the Protection of Our Planet – What is Stifling Our Voices?. Canopy Strategic Partners. Retrieved from

Fowler, K. (2021). Teens Leading Local Plastic Study on the Baja Peninsula. Just One Ocean. Retrieved from

Fox, L. (2017). Why Are Our Natural Pollinators in Decline?. Organic Lifestyle Magazine. Retrieved from

Frye, D. (2017). 6 strategies to support ELLs in science. TESOL Connections, March 1, 2017. 

Fultz, A., Brent, L., Breaux, S., Grand, A. (2013). An evaluation of nest-building behavior by sanctuary chimpanzees with access to forested habitats. Folia Primatol, 84 (6), 405-420. 

Fultz, A., Gruen, L., Pruetz, J. (2013). Ethical issues in African Great Ape field studies. ILAR Journal, 54 (1), 24-32. 

Gaarder, A. (2022). Lithium Resources for Electric Vehicles. American Energy Society. Retrieved from

Gaard, Grace. (2022). Learning Locally with Nature and Art. Current Conservation. Retrieved from

Gaeth, K. (2020). Interactive Distance Learning: Adapting School Programs During COVID-19. Roots. 17 (2), 39-41.

Ghent, C. (2018). Mitigating the Effects of Transport Infrastructure Development on Ecosystems. Consilience: The Journal of Sustainable Development. 18 (1), 58-68.

Gill, S. R. (2013). Impact of inquiry stations on visitor time. Journal of Interpretation Research, 18 (1), 60-69. 

Givot, R., O'Connell, K, Hadley, A.S., Betts, M.G. (2015). Hummingbird Citizen Science. The Science Teacher, 82 (8), 25-33. 

Givot, R. (2015). Hummingbird Citizen Science. The Science Teacher, 82 (8), 25-33. 

Graca, R. M. (2012). It’s no problem to invent a solution: Kindergarten students explore inventions and create their own. Science and Children, 34-39. 

Grady, S. (2018). Lessons of Cassava: A Reflection on Small-Scale, Sustainable Food for Phoenix, Arizona. Humans and Nature, 11 (3) 50-52.

Grange, L. (2019). Project-Based Learning in Summer Camps: An Opportunity to Enrich Your Camp. Camping Magazine. Retrieved from

Grindle, K. (2019). 10 Ways to Teach It Outside. Green Teacher, (118), 25-27. 

Guddal, A. (2021). Coping with Isolation: What Humans Now Have in Common with the Oregon Spotted Frog. Current Conservation. Retrieved from

Hagen, L. (2012). Endangered animals and science literacy. Green Teacher, 2012 (96), 26-29. 

Hallet, M. (2012). International project to foster conservation of indigenous wisdom. Guyana Times International. See 

Hallett, M., Kinahan, A., McGregor, R., Baggallay, T., Babb, T., Barnabus, H., Wilson, A., Li, F., Boone, W., Bankovich, B. (2019). Impact of Low-Intensity Hunting on Game Species in and Around the Kanuku Mountains Protected Area, Guyana. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. 7 (412), 1-17.

Hallett, M., Pereira, G., Ambrose, O., McTurk, D., Bankovich, B. (2021) Projecting the theoretical niche of a recently re-discovered population of feral Asian water buffalo (Bubalus bubalis) in the North Rupununi wetlands, Guyana. Neotropical Biodiversity. 7:1, 405-414, DOI:

Hanson, E. (2018). Interviewing a Sea Lion. Green Teacher, (115), 17-19.

Hardre, M. (2021). The new sabre-toothed cat: when pre-history comes alive!. Retrieved from

Harris, A. (2015). Kids Care about Caves! Green Teacher, 2015 (106), 20-23. 

Harris, G. (2019). Building a Conservation Community in the Mexican Desert. Earth Island Journal. Retrieved from

Harris, G. (2022). What I learned about urban development and environmental preservation from kayaking Alewife Brook. Boston Globe Sunday Magazine. Retrieved from

Henriques, C. (2018). The consequences of conflict on Congo’s great apes. Current Conservation, 12.3. Retrieved from

Henseler, L., Henseler, C. (with Parry, C.; Novick, B.; Grubb, J.) (2020). Advice from the Ocean: Unexpected Paths into Marine Conservation, Independently Published. In Chapter: The Winds are Shifting: On Conservation, Community and Collaboration, Parry described bringing together new tools in marine mammal science education. In Chapter: The Ocean as Our Guide: On Tools and Lessons Learned, Novick described marine mammal diagnostics, conservation and education. In Chapter: The Art and Science of Conservation: On Creativity and Storytelling, Grubb described giving the ocean a voice. 

Hess, D. (2012). To monitor or not to monitor. Green Teacher, 2012 (97), 31-33. 

Hetzke, A. (2009). "Good morning," Mongolia! Faces: People, Places, and Cultures, (10), 10-13. 

Hewitt, J. (2015). Black Creek Scout Reservation BioBlitz: A Vascular Plant Species Inventory. Tipularia, 37-41. 

Higgins, K. and Dr. Patricia Norris-Parsons. The Domino Effect: Saving Turtles by Teaching Teachers about Sea Turtle Conservation. (2015). GateWays to Teacher Education. Georgia Association of Teacher Educators. Valdosta, GA. 26(1), 1-7. 

Hilburn, J. (2016). Altamaha Riverkeeper Fights for Efficient Wastewater Treatment. Southern Tides Magazine, (2), 8-9. 

Hirtle, H. (2020). Replanted in Life. Braided Way

Hitchens, R., Blakeslee, A. (2020). Trends in illegal wildlife trade: Analyzing personal baggage seizure data in the Pacific Northwest. PLOS ONE. Retrieved from

Holt-Taylor, L. (2017). What’s The Buzz on Bees? Science and Children. 4 (55) 82-88.

Horstman, E. (2017). Establishing a Private Protected Area in Ecuador: Lessons learned in the management of Cerro Blanco Protected Forest in the city of Guayaquil. Case Studies in the Environment. 1-14.

Hughes, R. (2020). Maximizing our Impact: Challenging AAZK to go further for native species. Animal Keepers' Forum. 47 (9), 260-263.

Hukaba-Barber, M. (2020). Conservation is for Everyone: Think Globally, Act Locally. The P.E.O. Record. 6-7. Retrieved from

Hurtado, R. (2016). Miami Hot! Rising temperature, sea level and the danger for South Florida. Medium

Ingram, D., Ingram, H. (2015) How Access to Plant & Animal Books Affects Participation in Conservation Activities. Library Philosophy and Practice. Paper 1261. 

Isaak-Kwon, R. (2019). Using Teacher Training to Create a Sustainability Class. Green Teacher, (118), 39-42. 

James, T. (2021). How African Primate Sanctuaries Have Fared During the 2020 Global Pandemic. Animal Keepers' Forum. 48 (3), 74-77.

Jaspers, K. (2020). Take the Lead on Lead. Retrieved from

Johnson, M. (2020). Wading Bird Conservation: Engaging Zookeepers and Guests. Animal Keepers' Forum. 47 (9), 268-271.

Jones, L. (2019). Enhancing Field Trips. Green Teacher, (119), 25-29.

Karama, J. (2011). Developing an in situ conservation education program in Rwanda. IZE Journal, 2011 (47), 45-52. 

Kalloo, R. (2014). Birds in the school yard: The Impact of an Inquiry Action Project of Local Bird Ecology on the Environmental Attitudes and Knowledge of Grade 4 Trinidadian Students. Caribbean Journal of Education, 36 (1&2), 67-95.

Keefe, C. (2018). Community Engagement for the Birds! Green Teacher. 2018 (117), 3-6.

Keesee, M. (2020). Diving Deeper with Invasives in a Warming Ocean. Sevenseas. Retrieved from

Keillor, A. (2015). "Shoot" down nature-deficit disorder! Green Teacher, (106), 31-34. 

Kennelty-Cohen, S. (2019). How Eating Locally Can Fight Global Warming. Natural Awakenings, 38-39.

Kerins, A. (2021). Embracing Conservation: Good for biodiversity. Good for the brand. Animal Keepers' Forum. 48 (12) 312-315.

Keskey, B. (2021). Finding the Pulse of Nature through Guided Inquiry in Nature-Based Citizen Science. Retrieved from

Kessler, K. (2020). Honolulu Seabird: The Manu-o-Kū. 'Elepaio. 80 (1), 5-6.

Kincanon, Emily. (2022). Will Mutual Aid Lessen the West's Thirst for the Great Lakes?. Gaia Lit. Retrieved from

Kimble, T. (2021). CLICK! COMMUNITY CONNECTION IN VIRTUAL EDUCATION. Center for Humans and Nature. Retrieved from

Knapp, M. (2018). Ditch the Hitchhikers: How to reduce the spread of invasive plant species on trails. Outdoor Delaware, 9-11.

Komatovich, A. (2019). Get a Tattoo, Help Save a Species. Connect.

Koyamatsu, K. (2021). Growing up to be a bit batty. Current Conservation. Retrieved from

Kruichuck, K. (2013). Monarch butterflies threatened, but we can help., See

Kucherov, N., Minor, E., Johnson, P., Taron, D., Matteson K. (2021) Butterfly declines in protected areas of Illinois: Assessing the influence of two decades of climate and landscape change. PLoS ONE 16(10): e0257889.

Laizer, K. (2017). Empowerment and education: The Naiyobi women's project. International Teacher Magazine. 

Laizer, K. (2017). Sustainable education: Birth of the Naiyobi Women's Project. International Teacher Magazine. 

Lantz, M. (2020). Creating a Greener Elgin: Community environmental groups and how they need you. BRAVO magazine. Retrieved from

Latzke, K., Marker, L., Ravenscroft, L. (2019). Engaging a global Facebook audience with conservation education. Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences, 9 (4), 437-441.

Leavitt, K. (2018). Touch Tank Scientists: Diving Deeper with Inquiry. Current, 32.(1), 14-18.

Lee, H. (2019). Palm Oil is in Everything, and it’s Hurting More than the Orangutans. Asparagus. Retrieved from

Lenhart, S. (2014). Mapping for Change. Green Teacher, 2014 (103), 18-20. 

Leugers, S. D. (2016). A review of the current status of running buffalo clover (Trifolium stoloniferum) in Ohio. Ohio Biological Survey Notes, 6, 1-6. 

Leung, K. (2021). Think Small, Act Locally. Pathways. 20-21.

Levinson, E. (2018). Conservation through Creative Writing. Green Teacher, (117), 40-44.

Levinson, E. (2020). Exhibit A (a triptych). Honey and Lime. Retrieved from

Lewis, R. (2019). Navigating the Outdoors. Green Teacher, (120), 3-6. 

Light-Gibson, Karyn. (2022). Notable Neighbors & Tiny Tenants: Bugs in the City. Microcosm Publishing. September 25, 2022, ISBN 9781648412370.

Lindsay, L. (2020). Our bad habits could grow bear population. Orlando Sentinel. Retrieved from

Loh, M. (2021). Promoting Biodiversity Through Urban Greenspaces. The Science Teacher, 89 (1), 44-51. Retrieved from

Lubbers, C. (2017). The Future of Evolution. Green Teacher, 113, 36-38. 

Ludwick, K., Clymer, J. (2019). Comparative meta-analysis of feline leukemia virus and feline immunodeficiency virus seroprevalence correlated with GDP per capita around the globe. Research in Veterinary Science. 125, 89-93.

MacFarlane, R. (2017). The Backyard Biologist: How to sharpen science skills by getting kids involved outside to explore. Green Child. Retrieved from

Maheu, L. (2021). Getting Students Outside with Five Steps to Reduce Plastic Use. Green Teacher. 126, 9-13.

Marcussen, K. (2015). The Nature of Interaction Between Zoo Docents and Visitors and the Use of Inquiry. IZE Journal, (51), 26-29. 

Martin, J. (2013). Marine debris removal: One year of effort by the Georgia Sea Turtle-Center-Marine Debris Initiative. Marine Pollution Bulletin. 74 (1), 165-169. 

Martin, J.M., Higgins, K., Lee, K., Stearns, K., Hunt, L., (2015) Integrating science education and marine conservation through collaborative partnerships. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 95(1), 520-522. 

Marx, L. (2015). Science Comes Alive: Impact of Animal Ambassadors in the Classroom. Zoological Association of America, 9 (1), 15-17. 

Mason, A. (2020). Shining a Light on Bats through Conservation Photography. Animal Keepers' Forum. 47 (11), 331-333.

Massey, M. (2020). Encountering Nature: Outdoor Walks to Reduce Stress and Increase Focus in Students. Retrieved from

Master, M. (2020). Real Change from Students. Green Teacher. (123), 19-22.

Master, M. (2020). Of Pivoting and Plastic. A Virtual Lesson Sequence on the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. Green Teacher. (124), 13-16.

Maxwell, T. (2021). Schoolyard Garden Insights, Part 2. Green Teacher. 126.

Maxwell, T. (2020). Schoolyard Garden Insights, Part 1. Green Teacher. 125.

Maynard, K., and Jacobson, S. (2017). Wet-Dry Recycling at the Louisville Zoo. Connect. 12.

McDougall, C. (2021). Inquiry and Participatory Action Research in Primary School. Caribbean Journal of Education. 42 (1&2), 157-205.

McDougall, C. (2017). Erosion and the beaches of Negril. Ocean & Coastal Management. 148, 204-213.

McGinnis, P. (2014). How to organize a STEM career day. Science Scope, 37(6), 78-84. 

McKinney, C. (2019). חיבור דתי: Religious Connection. Green Teacher, (120), 23-27. 

McQueen, K. (2013). Baja desert reveals wonders to scholarship winner. Audubon Miami Valley, 39. 

McQueen, K. (2018). Social Shifts in Animal Interpretation. Legacy. 31-33.

Mears, J. (2012). The Many Benefits of Community Mapping. Connect. 25 (4), 1-3. 

Menker, M. (2015). Plotting Plants: Tracking Invasive Species in the Local Community. Science Scope, 38 (5), 48-54. 

Metzer, S. (2013). Poop to Power: Turning Waste into Energy and Engaging Science Literacy at Denver Zoo. IZE Journal. 49, 11-13 

Miller, E. (2015). Walrus Conservation: Connecting Research and Zoo Keepers. Animal Keepers' Forum. 42 (7), 204-208.

Mitchell, B. (2017). From tourist to scientist: Using citizen science to increase conservation action. See the Wild. 

Montano, S. (2020). An Educator’s Discovery and Joy of Local and Global Environmental Education in Project Dragonfly: The Natural Love Children have for the Environment. EECO. Fall, 4-5. Retrieved from

Moore, B. (2022). Leaf Your Devices at Home. Green Teacher. Retrieved from

Morley, K. (2019). Conservation through Storytelling. Green Teacher, (118), 32-35. 

Muir, M. (2019). Environmental Service Project. Green Teacher, (120), 38-41. 

Murphy, B., Maynard, L. (2022). Connecting Workplace Attachment and Pro-Environmental Behaviors in Zoo and Aquarium Professionals. Zoo Biology. 41 (5) 439-447. Retrieved from

Nelson, K. (2017). Taking Flight: Making Zoos and Aquariums Safer for Wild Birds. Connect. 40-46.

Nelson, S. (2017). Saving Asian Songbirds: IUCN's Asian Songbird Taskforce Specialit Group. Connect. 34-39. 

Nicely, K. (2014). Ecolabels and palm oil. Journal of Sustainability and Green Business, 1-10. 

Niese, M. (2020). Call to action: Connecting kids with nature. Columbus Messenger. Retrieved from

Nichols, L. (2022). What Happens in a World with Tuskless Elephants? Green Teacher

Nordyke, K. (2014). Study: Students plant gardens, experience positive nutritional habits. Health Matters. 5 (4), 1. 

O'Neil, M. (2013). Making connections with nature. Connect, 19-21.

van de Water, A., King, L., Arkajak, R., Arkajak, J., van Doormaal, N., Ceccarelli, V., Sluiter, L., Doornwaard, S., Praet, V., Owen, D., Matteson, K. (2020). Beehive fences as a sustainable local solution to human-elephant conflict in Thailand. Conservation Science and Practice. 2020;e260. Retrieved from

Pappalardo, S. (2018). Little Bats: A Big Deal. Green Teacher, (116), 16-18.

Parker, M. (2014). Conservation Connections Matter!, IZE Journal, 2014 (50), 6-10.

Paul, A. (2017). Invasive Species: You're Not Welcome Here!. Green Teacher, (112) 31-34. 

Paul, H. (2017). Pledging for Change. Green Teacher, 113, 18-20. 

Paul, T. (2011). Educating interns. IZE Journal, 2011 (47), 24-29. 

Petrelli, G., Larson, K. (2017). Fostering Connections to Freshwater Ecosystems. Green Teacher. 2017 (114), 32-35.

Plant-Darling, Sophie. (2022). Nature as Nurture Combating Burnout in Conservation and Wildlife Care Careers. Canopy Strategic Partners. Retrieved from

Platowski, A. (2021). A Beach Wrapped in Plastic Teaches Important Lessons. Retrieved from

Plunkett, M. (2020). My Yard is for the Birds. Bird Watcher's Digest, 42 (4), 42-45.

Plunkett, N. (2018). Save the bees: Become a zookeeper in your backyard. Retrieved from

Poot, C. (2018). Reducing Vehicle Collisions With the Central American Tapir in Central Belize District, Belize. Tropical Conservation Science. 11, 1-7.

Prengaman, E. (2019). Lessons in Process: Similarities between Scientific and Artistic Creative Practice. The STEAM Journal. 4 (1), Article 11. 

 Proffitt, M. (2013). Using theatrical conventions to improve public education about local wildlife conservation. Connect, 23-25.

Quinn, C. (2020). Restoring Estuaries by Eating Oysters. Restore America's Estuaries. Retrieved from

Rapa, L. (2022). Primate Species Spotlight: The Spot-Nosed Guenon. Pan African Sanctuary Alliance. Retrieved from

 Redfield, B. (2013). Wild Cat Conservation Needs: A Comparative Analysis of Public Perception. Felid Tag Times, (2), 7. 

Redfield, B. (2013). Wild Cat Conservation Needs: An Examination of Public Perception. Animal Keepers' Forum, 40 (11), 438-439. 

Redfield, B. (2013). Wild Cat Conservation Needs: An Examination of Public Perception. Feline Conservation Federation, 57 (1), 14-15. 

Rees, E. (2019) Mapping the impact of schoolyard on watershed health. Science Scope. 43 (3), 28-35.

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