Brazil - Saving Golden Lion Tamarins
Hawai‘i: Saving Species
Galápagos: Islands of Change
Paraguay: Eco-Leadership
Baja California, Mexico: Field Methods
Costa Rica: Neotropical Ecology
Queensland, Australia: Great Barrier Reef
Mongolia: Steppe Ecology & Civic Media
India: Species, Deities, & Communities
Guyana: Local Wisdom & Conservation
Borneo: Primate Conservation
Amazon: Avian & Tropical Ecology
Thailand: Buddhism and Conservation
Namibia: Great Cat Conservation
Belize: Approaches to Environmental Stewardship
Kenya: Wildlife & People in Integrated Landscapes

Appeared 2016
Published in Ohio Biological Survey Notes

In A Review of the Current Status of Running Buffalo Clover (Trifolium stoloniferum) in Ohio AIP Cincinnati Zoo graduate Sean Leugers investigated the status of running buffalo clover (RBC), a federally protected plant, and the species impacting RBC's survival.

Appeared November/December 2015
Published in AAZK's Animal Keepers' Forum

In Coquerel’s Sifaka: Parental Behaviors as Observed in First-Time Parents AIP Cincinnati Zoo graduate Amy Thompson observed parental behaviors of lemurs.

Appeared 2015
Published in Resources, Conservation and Recycling

In Information Sharing and Curbside Recycling AIP Cincinnati Zoo graduate Ken Willman evaluated information sharing and curbside recycling.

Appeared Winter 2016
Published in Green Teacher

In Feeling the Heat AIP Phoenix Zoo graduate and science teacher Susan Ferguson created a series of mapping activities for her middle school students to explore the issues associated with the urban heat island effect and strategies for reducing heat on the school campus.

Appeared September/October 2015
Published in The Maryland Yellowthroat

In Lights Out Baltimore: Saving Birds One Building at a Time GFP graduate and Maryland Zoo animal keeper Carly Barron shares her experiences with the Maryland-based non-profit, Lights Out Baltimore, in monitoring and studying avian window collisions during migration seasons. Lights Out Baltimore's goal is to persuade city officials and community members to employ bird-friendly buildings and light practices which are crucial to the survival of migratory birds.

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