A portrait of Corey Lycopolus.

Corey Lycopolus

Senior Educational Coordinator

Corey Lycopolus (he/him) is a environmental and science informal educator, photographer, and visual communicator. He manages the K-8th grade field trip and classroom programs, along with Saturday family programs and community events. He started his career in informal education as a volunteer at Zoo New York. While attending Scottsdale Community College he worked as a tour guide and educator for Center for Native and Urban Wildlife and while attending Arizona State University was an education intern for Phoenix Art Museum.  He is also a veteran, serving with Alpha Company, 1/87th Infantry Regiment, 10th Mountain Division as an Infantryman.

He graduated from Arizona State University in 2019 with a BS in Applied Biological Sciences and from Scottsdale Community College in 2021 with a AAS in Visual Communication. He is currently enrolled at Arizona State University for a BFA in Digital Photography.

Contact

corey.lycopolus@audubon.org 
602.468.6470 x 125

Articles by Corey Lycopolus

Arizona and Accessible Birding Opportunites
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Arizona and Accessible Birding Opportunites

— Educator Corey Lycopolus set out to document Arizona‚Äôs birding areas accessibility options and conditions