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What does ANI stand for?

ANI stands for Audubon Nature Institute (New Orleans, LA)

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The announcement was made today by Audubon Nature Institute President and CEO Ron Forman; New Orleans Tourism Marketing Corporation Chair Darryl Berger and President and CEO Mark Romig; New Orleans Convention and Visitors Bureau Chairman Gregory Rusovich and President & CEO Stephen Perry; New Orleans Multicultural Tourism Network President Toni Rice; Louisiana Restaurant Association CEO Stan Harris, SMG Senior Vice President Doug Thornton; New Orleans Ernest N.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Michael Brodie Assistant Vice President Aon, Miami Preserving The Audubon Over the last year, Michael Brodie has delivered roughly $250,000 in annual premium savings to Audubon Nature Institute, which operates a zoo, an aquarium, parks and nature museums in hurricane-battered New Orleans.
But the dolphin apparently had not swallowed or breathed in any oil, said Audubon Nature Institute spokeswoman Meghan Calhoun.
From 11:00AM - 8:00 PM (CST) at Woldenberg Park, in partnership with the Audubon Nature Institute, attendees will enjoy cooking competitions and demonstrations from celebrity chefs at the ESSENCE Food Experience (powered by Walmart); complete with recipe tips with top chefs from Black southern restaurants.
According to scientists at the Audubon Nature Institute, money that is used to improve cloning technology is donated specifically for that purpose, and is not diverted from contributions for other forms of conservation.
LOUIS -- Build-A-Bear Workshop([R]), the interactive entertainment retailer of customized stuffed animals, announced initiatives today to provide support to the Louisiana Marine Mammal and Sea Turtle Rescue Program (LMMSTRP) within Audubon Nature Institute to help marine mammals affected by the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.