2016 SPRING Wild Impressions Newsletter.pdf


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New Animals
Help Us Choose a Name for
Our New Albino Rattlesnake!
Albino Rattlesnake
Our new rattlesnake doesn’t currently have a name – and we want you to
have a say! Through April 30, when you purchase one of our stuffed snakes
for the Gift Shop you can submit your entry for her new name. Your submission could permanently identify one of our most popular new residents!

The winner will be randomly selected and announced on Community Appreciation Day (Free Day), April 30. If your entry is selected, you will
get a permanent plaque on the front of her enclosure stating that her name
was chosen by you. We can’t wait to see what gets chosen!

In Memoriam

Clouded Leopards, Suree & Malee

Burrowing Owl

Rabbit

Wallaby

Red-Tailed Hawk

Tegu

Leopard Gecko

Muscovy Ducks
Albino Rattlesnake (Crotalus atrox),
Name TBD Came to us from private
donor in January; currently on display
in the Reptile House.
Clouded Leopards (Neofelis
nebulosa), Suree & Malee Sisters;
11-months old; came to us from Zoo
Miami as part of the Species Survival
Plan; on display across from Jade,
Mountain Lion.
Muscovy Ducks (Cairina moschata)
Came to us in January from a private
donor; three females; currently on
display with Marmaduck and our
Turkeys in an enclosure across from
Pence Pavilion.

Burrowing Owls - (Lefty) passed away from complication with a leg injury and
(Murdock) passed from cancer.
Rabbit (Rex) - passed away from cancer
Wallaby (Cocoa) - Passed from unknown, natural causes
Red-Tailed Hawk (Lady Hawk) - Passed away from heart complication due
to old age.
Tegu (Donald) - Passed due to inoperable cancer.
Leopard Gecko (Leo) - Passed away from natural causes in age decline
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