6 Zoology Tutors Found Near Jersey City, NJ



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Sarah E.

Zoology Tutor

New York, NY 10128

Will travel 3 miles

$150 per hour.

4.7 10 ratings

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English and Biology Tutor; Professional Zoo Writer

As a professional zoo exhibit developer, I perform research and write the messaging for the exhibits at five New York City zoological parks: the Bronx Zoo, Central Park Zoo, New York Aquarium, Prospect Park Zoo, and Queens Zoo. I absolutely love being part of a creative team that designs engaging exhibits to connect visitors to nature and conservation. I received my Master?s degree in biology in 2016, including field studies in the Amazon rainforest and Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge. I have received four awards for my work related to science communication, conservation, and environmental educati [more]


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Lisa L.

Zoology Tutor

Staten Island, NY 10314

Will travel 10 miles

$50 per hour.

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Newly retired veterinarian available to tutor Biology and Zoology

I am a newly retired veterinarian who has maintained a knowledge base on the cutting edge in my field. My professional background includes academic (veterinary and medical school) and research components. I am comfortable tutoring veterinary/medical students, high school/college students. I am also able to explain complex scientific concepts to lay persons and elementary school students. I am a newly retired veterinarian available to tutor Biology and Zoology for high school/college students and neuroscience and pharmacology for veterinary students. Having a diverse professional background wit [more]


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Kelsey K.

Zoology Tutor

Brooklyn, NY 11237

Will travel 8 miles

$100 per hour.

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Passionate science (and more) tutor

I have always been passionate about wildlife and throughout my life I have worked in several positions working with animals. I have worked at a small animal vet, a large animal vet, and a zoo vet. I have also worked as a zoo keeper in Australia, and here in NYC in the reptile department at the Bronx Zoo. I currently work at the Bronx Zoo, and continue to be passionate about wildlife. I am of the mentality that true learning comes from a place of curiosity. I have a curious spirit and love to share the wonder I see in the world with my students. I have taught at after school and summer programs [more]


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Thomas A.

Zoology Tutor

Brooklyn, NY 11215

Will travel 5 miles

$100 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

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Research Scientist, Illustrator & Tutor

I have two rather unique and somewhat rare specialties within the Discipline of Anthropology and Archaeology. The first deals very specifically with Zoology, referred to as Zooarchaeology (here in North America, but in Europe, known as Archaeozoology). As the name applied I am an Archaeologist well trained in Zoology, Comparative Morphology, Pathology, Anatomy & Physiology, Paleobiology (yes of course Biology), Ecology and Genetics. For the most part I work with animals of the past, although I am often involved with current conservation issues of many ?Red Book? taxa. The other specialty?... [more]


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Lily M.

Zoology Tutor

Jersey City, NJ 07307

Will travel 20 miles

$65 per hour.

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Experienced Scientific Educator

I have worked with a variety of organisms across taxa. I have studied avian behavior and acoustics, bat acoustics and population dynamics, aquatic macroinvertebrate diversity, and mosquito diversity. I can confidently identify species and discuss their life histories, classifications, and evolutionary histories with others. I am a passionate researcher with an equal interest in scientific outreach in communities. I have extensive experience in field research, lab work, and scientific education. I have worked with mosquitoes, bats, wild birds, and aquatic macroinvertebrates. I have taught colle [more]


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Amy S.

Zoology Tutor

Astoria, NY 11102

Will travel 10 miles

$50 per hour.

4.0 1 ratings

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Biology Enthusiast / PhD Candidate

I am currently pursuing a graduate degree in Organismic and Evolutionary Biology. I have instructed Ornithology courses at two Universities, and I have a strong grasp of other taxonomically specialized fields such as Herpetology and Mammalogy from my time as a Scientific Assistant in the Division of Vertebrate Zoology at the American Museum of Natural History. I hold a B.A. in Biology and Environmental Studies from Whitman College. I'm currently working on obtaining a PhD in Biology. Specifically, I'm studying the ecology, evolution, behavior, and neurobiology of singing in birds - a system of [more]