I hate to see this as well. Hoofstock are some of my favorite animals. I could visit a zoo that was entirely hoofstock and enjoy it.
This seems like one of those sites you had to stumble upon. I did and I've been on this longer than I've been on Facebook.
I've been lazy. I didn't make any of these lists.
Charter member-original members of the site that were here when it started. The first ones.
Are there still any charter members of Zoochat here? How long has this site been around?
Yes, I'm still working on that one.
The horseback riding is a nice surprise. Not to be too nitpicky but Roosevelt elk are not found in Glacier. The Rocky Mountain subspecies is...
I love your desert dome idea with the bighorn sheep exhibit as well as the bison, condor, peregrine falcon mix. Your next one is Glacier National...
I like the embedded Rock formation exhibits. Especially to showcase big snakes like that. Next for you, Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona.
Very interesting thread. I'm not a fan of pinioning or wing clipping and vultures bother me the most. At least waterfowl can swim and walk around...
I think it's since changed, but the Grizzly Discovery Center in West Yellowstone, Montans used to only exhibit grizzly bears and gray wolves.
I have yet to see a hyena.
My favorites are lion-tailed macaques. I also like white-faced Capuchins (I've seen them in the wild) howler monkeys (also seen them on the wild)...
I was just going to mention these. I also like the Arctic Ring of Life in Detroit.
Forgive me if this is taking it a bit off topic, but are they many zoos that have large indoor enclosures for other warm weather species like...
Am I the only one who us going to point out the irony of a seafood company owning an aquarium?
Sounds like quite the colorful display. Kerinci Sablat National Park in Sumatra is your next one.
I can picture these so vividly. I can see a zoo like this working out in the Southwest. Your next one is Tai National Park in the Ivory Coast.
How about Gir Forest in India?
Such a detailed description. I love the cultural aspect as well and the jaguars were such a nice surprise. Your next one is the Everglades in Florida.
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