About the author:  Dani Lynn…

was born and raised in South Florida. She worked for years as a wildlife rehabilitator in Fort Lauderdale with dozens of species native to the area such as owls, hawks, sea birds, mammals, reptiles and more. She also worked with exotic and domestic animals.

Dani had the opportunity to work in various areas of rehabilitation including a wildlife nursery, hospital, and outdoor habitats in which animals were prepared for release.

Upon becoming the director of the Volunteer Services Department at a local non-profit SPCA wildlife facility, Dani designed educational programs for volunteers to participate in that included wildlife rescues, waterway cleanups, exploration of the Everglades, and hands on training in animal care, often with local high school students.

Along with fellow staff members and volunteers, Dani received training in beached dolphin rescue and oil spill rescue and rehabilitation. She also participated in the creation and implementation of educational programs sponsored by the wildlife center for other educators in the field on the subject of Avian Influenza (Bird Flu) and also the dangerous effects of the Exotic Pet Trade Industry.

“The work that I did to help rehabilitate injured wildlife in South Florida was one of my most rewarding experiences. I’m grateful to have had such a unique opportunity.” ~Dani Lynn

From 2010-2013, Dani, along with artist/illustrator Jacklyn Laflamme, shared stories and artwork from their children’s book series through art/literature workshops and storybook readings at schools, museums, galleries, parks and libraries throughout Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties in South Florida. The unique combination of a fairy tale told with words and art made The Fairy Tale Project come alive and has been very well received by children and adults alike.

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