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Kintea Bryant has lived in Seattle for more than 15 years. She moved there in 2000 and attended Seattle University, where she received her Master’s in Education, with a focus on informal education. She developed her love for animals and nature while growing up in Colorado, where she also received her Bachelor’s degree at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Her love for nature and animals afforded her opportunities to work as a researcher and educator at the San Diego Zoo, the Seattle Aquarium, and the Woodland Park Zoo. She developed her appreciation for birds during her time working for 10 years at Seattle Audubon.
Kintea currently works at Bellevue College Continuing Education, and spends her personal time baking and cooking, knitting, traveling, and spending time with her large community of friends and family. She also currently serves as secretary on the Washington Ornithological Society board.
As an advisor to the development of our Educators Who Use BirdNote page, Kintea shares her experience with nature education, network of nationwide educators, and infectious enthusiasm for nature and wildlife.