Miguel Ordeñana is an environmental educator and wildlife biologist.
As a community science manager, Miguel promotes and creates community science projects and recruits and trains participants. Miguel does urban mammal research in L.A. and co-leads the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles’s Squirrel Survey. Miguel continues to work, locally and internationally, on carnivore and bat research, including a jaguar project in Nicaragua.
Join the Learning Network
Join hundreds of other families interested in self-directed learning, and get access to tons of resources for your children!
We are accepting new Galileo students every week, so your children don't have to wait until the next school year to start their personalized learning journeys.