Robin Pressley-Keough, is a former exotic animal trainer. She has trained marine, terrestrial and avian species for animal management, competition and educational presentations. Robin is a zoo and aquarium educator. She has appeared on television and radio as an animal handler and environmental educator, and has conducted Distance Learning programs nationwide. Robin has authored and presented environmental education programs for one of the largest zoological outreach programs in the country. Robin has also assisted in developing, piloting and presenting education programs for the largest aquarium in the world. She has also instructed animal behavior research classes, and conducted and published her own research studies on animal and zoo visitor behavior. Robin has presented her behavioral research at several universities and international conferences. She was the recipient of the Year 2000 Young Alumni Award from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. Robin is currently an international behavior consultant for Aubrey Daniel International, providing the "wow factor" for their APMT sessions worldwide. During her free time Robin likes to travel and observe animals in their native habitats. Two of her favorite adventures are hiking the NaPali coastline in Maui and diving Australia's Great Barrier Reef. Robin is currently writing a series of character building books for children based on animal adaptations and human diversity. Look for her Busy Bodies Collection of children's books to be available on this web site!