You are correct, of course. I suppose this would be easier if there was a more solid definition of how close the zoo has to be to the city limits...
That doesn't make any sense... The WCS used to own an island off the coast of Georgia they used as a breeding facility, but I doubt that it'd...
I wouldn't count the Long Island Aquarium as being part of New York City, it's pretty far outside of it. Staten Island does indeed count, though,...
Beauval in France does according to zootierliste.
Turns out Bronx also had chicks in at least 2017 as well. Even better news!
As far as public collections go, only Arborophila gingica.
The zoo has had a Black Crake chick born. Before now, the only zoo breeding this species in the US was Sedgwick.
Pretty liberal use of the word 'officially'
I'm pretty sure Columbus keeps and breeds warblers, and I believe Smithsonian is planning on exhibiting some in their new exhibit.
Ocean Voyager is undeniably an absolutely incredible exhibit, but I'd argue it's the only really noteworthy exhibit at the aquarium. I found the...
How much of the aquarium was open at the time? Also, how long did it take you to visit Queens? That's the zoo I spend the least amount of time at,...
Never heard their call but I've seen three species of Arborophila and they certainly are beautiful birds. I'd love to see some in the US.
Charadriiformes in general aren't exactly rare in captivity from what I can tell. I have seen five thick-knee species in captivity between the US...
I haven't played Pokemon games in many years but has anyone ever been able to actually "catch 'em all" anyway? Even with being able to transfer...
Is the Black-Headed Duck self-sustaining? I know of two collections with them. Private trade?
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