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Meet the PR and Marketing Manager: Linda Hardwick at the Phoenix Zoo
Describe your job: I do a little bit of everything at the Phoenix Zoo! My primary objective is to increase the Zoo’s exposure through public relations efforts, namely free media coverage. I work closely with several local media outlets to … Continue reading
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World Oceans Day: What Do We Really Think About the Ocean?
Today is World Oceans Day, a day when people around the globe come together to celebrate our ocean and take action to protect it. And with good cause. The ocean not only makes our world livable, it provides us with … Continue reading
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Meet the People!
Over the last year, AZA‘s Explore blog has brought you stories about the accomplishments of the dedicated and caring people who work at AZA accredited zoos and aquariums. As the blog enters its second year, we thought we would take … Continue reading
AZA Zoos Unite to Address Human-Wildlife Conflict in Africa
Human-wildlife conflict is a serious obstacle to wildlife conservation worldwide. As human populations increase, development expands, and the global climate changes, people and wildlife are forced into greater direct competition for shrinking resources. Recognizing the critical need for wildlife professionals to address escalating … Continue reading