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With subjects ranging from biology and ecology to science experiments to wildlife film, there’s something to keep your students curious and engaged. Each educator has a Connect tab that allows you to post your questions in their Classroom!
I was born and raised in Costa Rica, where I was fortunate in having ample contact with nature in this country of exuberant tropical ecosystems. My enthusiasm for wildlife began at an early age with a large focus on reptiles, but in time my interest expanded to other groups of organisms. I also explored natural history and conservation which eventually led me to do my studies at university in biology and natural sciences. Read More >>
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I was born and raised in Decorah, a small town located in Northeast Iowa, known for its Norwegian heritage. It is also known for its hiking trails, Dunning’s Spring Park and Waterfall, and watching the world-famous Decorah eagles! I had the opportunity to enjoy all the outdoor activities Decorah has to offer year-round. I was raised on a large Quarter Horse farm, which created a lifelong love for animals and nature. Read More >>
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Alan Lacy is a multi-award winning filmmaker who is passionate about the natural world, and has been enthralled with wildlife since childhood. He works to make the world a better place for both nature and people. Coming from a background in aviation and business, he adapted his skills to the world of wildlife filmmaking, and simultaneously fell in love with it. His first film, “Gray Area: Wolves of the Southwest” is an award winning documentary that has screened internationally. Read More >>
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