ZLI Campaigns are dedicated initiatives to help coordinate the work of the Departments. Campaigns make our resources more effective.

 

Beached™

Beached™ supports research into whale and dolphins photobiology, with emphasis on those animals found nearest to our coasts. The Campaign celebrates the complexity of human relationships with whales and dolphins, pursuing a much needed diversity, engagement and inclusion approach.

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Bearanoia™

Bearanoia™ supports research in the photobiology, sensory ecology and macro-ecology of bears, emphasizing seasonal and habitat adaptations, along with the relationships of such adaptation to anxiety. The resiliency of the species brings not only change for scientists trying to understand these top predators, but also to communities needing to learn safe co-existence with these necessary and amazing animals.

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Insect Apocalypse™

Insect Apocalypse™ supports entomological research in the photobiology, sensory ecology and macro-ecology of insects. The Campaign celebrates the differences between insect eyes and our own, as a symbolic gesture to inspire the diversity, inclusion and engagement ethic that The Zoological Lighting Institute embraces.

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Precious Light of Nature

Precious Light of Nature™ supports research that focuses on biological health related to light. Precious Light of Nature looks into animal eyes and their hormonal relationships.

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Otohime’s Time™

Otohime's Time™ supports sea turtle research in the photobiology, sensory ecology and macro-ecology of the world's seven species of sea turtles. Taking inspiration from the Japanese legend of Urashima Taro, and the divine undersea goddess 'Otohime', the Campaign also emphasizes the challenges of  time for wildlife conservation.

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Save a Billion Birds!™

Save a Billion Birds™ supports research in the photobiology, sensory ecology and macro-ecology of birds, offering 'Send a Songbird™' programs to protect birds from major threats in our homes and communities.

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Wild Planetarium Project

Wildlife needs starlight and moonlight to survive, but as people experience the natural world less and less this relationship has become poorly understood.

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