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The Zoological Lighting Institute™ is a 501 c3 Nonprofit, to 
aid animal welfare initiatives and wildlife conservation efforts. 

  • We focus specifically on light and lighting challenges, 
    seeking to open discussion and aid research in the crucial 
    sciences of photobiology and photo-ecology. 
  • With your help, we can support research and scholarship!
  • With your help, we will ensure that animals in managed care have the best luminous enrichment and environments possible, for their well-being and ours!
  • With your help, we can create grass-roots movements to 
    protect wildlife now by saving the complexity 
    of their luminous habitats, day and night!
  • With your help, we will we will open chapters 
    on every continent, and in every nation!

Together we will preserve nocturnal habitat, 
bring back the complexity of the luminous environment,
 to enhance and protect all life! 

BREAKING NEWS!

Brilliant Darkness: Hotaru in the Night On-line at www.brilliantdarknessmovie.com!

PRESS RELEASE:

{New York, NY 1 Jan 2015} - The Zoological Lighting Institute™ announced completion of the wildlife sensitive lighting documentary ‘Brilliant Darkness: Hotaru in the Night”. The film, Directed by Emily V. Driscoll of BonSci Films and Produced by The Zoological Lighting Institute, examines the love of fireflies across Japan and the United States. The Zoological Lighting Institute is now organizing screenings and Firefly Evenings in both countries, to advocate photobiology and photo ecology research for animal welfare and wildlfie conservation.

BREAKING NEWS!

2015 Save a Billion Birds!™ Symposium 
Cape May, NJ Announced!

PRESS RELEASE:

{New York, NY 1 October 2014} - The Zoological Lighting Institute™ announced their new ‘‘Save a Billion Birds!™ Symposium and Architectural Workshop” today, with a mission to end the bird-window collision crisis through advanced research support in architecture and the sciences.

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