Sunday, August 2, 2009

Zoo News Sunday: Birthdays, babies and awards

Good morning zoo lovers! Zebee here and do we have lots of territory to cover today. See you at the end!

Bindi Irwin turns 11, parties at the Australian Zoo
Happy Birthday Bindi! Great way to celebrate.

Summer camp children take a trip to the zoo
What a fun day at the zoo these kids had. If you live in the Detroit area, you need to look into this.

New ride opens at Louisville Zoo
This ride looks like a lot of fun. Go check it out and let me know. Being a zebra has it’s down side once in a while.

Zoo starting work on $50 million African Forest
Now this looks like it’s going to be really cool when it’s done. Anyone live in Houston?

Oregon Zoo welcomes baby saki monkey
New baby. See what a saki monkey looks like.

Sedgwick County Zoo welcomes rare Poitou donkey
What kind of donkey is this and why is she so rare?

Small but tall: Male giraffe born at Utah zoo
Awww, what a loving mom. See her and her new baby together.

Free Naples Zoo admission to emergency workers
Naples, what a nice way to say ‘thank you.’ If you’re in the Naples area, please help support the zoo.

Go mad at the zoo
If you’re part of the Lake Superior Zoological Society, check this out. If not, join and you can go too.

Zoo of Acadiana gets award
Congratulations! See what all the fuss is about.

What a Pair: Baby Otters Welcomed in New Zealand
What cute babies.

Rare tigers born at Great Plains Zoo
Baby tigers look like kittens. They make you want to cuddle with them. These zookeepers are lucky.

I guess that’s it for today. See you back here Tuesday with the art that our campers have sent in. It’s not too late, pop over to this week’s Fascinating Frogs and send in one of the art projects. My boss Joy is giving each camper who send in art this week a special made for them bookmark.

I think I’ll go see if I can get some help from Billy to make …

posted by Zebee aka Joy Delgado
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