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The Live Animal Programs Presents: Survivors of the Dino Age!

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Add to calendar 2020-09-24 11:30:00 2020-09-24 12:00:00 Event- Dino Fest Live Animal Programs Presents 2 - NHM Hosted on Zoom nhmla webmaster@nhm.org America/Los_Angeles public
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Suggested for elementary school/family audiences.

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Events will be broadcast live on NHMLA's YouTube channel. See past events by selecting the Dino Fest at Home Playlist HERE

The Live Animal Programs Presents: Survivors of the Dino Age! Visit with the Managers of the Live Animal Programs to hear about which animals survived the Great KT Extinction, and why!
 
Meet with Leslie Gordon, Manager of Vertebrate Live Animal Programs. Leslie will introduce you to some awesome animals that saw the dinos come and go. You will meet animals that give us clues to which animals survived the dino age and why. You may even meet a REAL dinosaur!

Spanish interpretation will be available with Zoom registration on mobile devices and PCs (not compatible with Chromebooks).

To enable the Spanish interpretation feature in Zoom:

  1. Open Zoom; once in you will see a button for ‘Interpretation’ on the bottom right of the screen.
  2. Click the button and choose: ‘Spanish’. 
  3. If you’d prefer for original audio be be muted, choose the ‘Interpretation’ button again and select ‘Mute Original Audio’
Leslie Gordon feeding an opossum.

Leslie Gordon, Manager of Vertebrate Live Animal Programs
Leslie earned her BFA from Loyola University, Chicago. She joined the Museum in 1999, and established the animal care, and educator training programs. Leslie also founded the daily live animal presentations, Critter Club, and Lost Lizards of Los Angeles County, now called RASCALS, a seed for the Community Science program.
 

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About the Live Animal Program at NHMLA:

Did you know the museum has a team of professional animal keepers on site 365 days a year? They take excellent care of all animals on exhibit and behind the scenes at the museum, utilizing the natural history expertise of our scientists as well as our veterinarian, who advises on any medical and nutritional needs. Because even a frog needs a doctor sometimes. We have around 15-25 species of vertebrates, and 70-100 species of invertebrates at any given time.  Follow the Program Animal’s lives on Instagram @nhmla_liveanimals

 

Headshot of Rachel Fidler.

Rachel Fidler, Manager of School & Teacher Programs (Moderator) 

Rachel earned her B.A. in Sociocultural Anthropology and Developmental Psychology from Scripps College. She joined the Natural History Museum in 2018, having previously worked with students and educators in a variety of museum settings including the San Diego New Children's Museum, the Portland Children's Museum, and Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust. Rachel loves connecting students across Los Angeles with the incredible staff, collections, and exhibits at NHM.

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Leslie Gordon, Manager of Vertebrate Live Animal Programs
Leslie earned her BFA from Loyola University, Chicago. She joined the Museum in 1999, and established the animal care, and educator training programs. Leslie also founded the daily live animal presentations, Critter Club, and Lost Lizards of Los Angeles County, now called RASCALS, a seed for the Community Science program.
 

About the Live Animal Program at NHMLA:

Did you know the museum has a team of professional animal keepers on site 365 days a year? They take excellent care of all animals on exhibit and behind the scenes at the museum, utilizing the natural history expertise of our scientists as well as our veterinarian, who advises on any medical and nutritional needs. Because even a frog needs a doctor sometimes. We have around 15-25 species of vertebrates, and 70-100 species of invertebrates at any given time.  Follow the Program Animal’s lives on Instagram @nhmla_liveanimals

 

Rachel Fidler, Manager of School & Teacher Programs (Moderator) 

Rachel earned her B.A. in Sociocultural Anthropology and Developmental Psychology from Scripps College. She joined the Natural History Museum in 2018, having previously worked with students and educators in a variety of museum settings including the San Diego New Children's Museum, the Portland Children's Museum, and Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust. Rachel loves connecting students across Los Angeles with the incredible staff, collections, and exhibits at NHM.

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