Here in the U.K., Birdland (the old site, not the current one) had one or more lily ponds that Jacanas lived on through the warmer months.
All those things for me were kind of preparation for zookeeping
Quite difficult to have large herbivores with water lilies. They eat ‘em:)
Part time kitchen porter. Otherwise retired and devoted to my personal bird collection. I’ve been gardener, teacher, administrator, social worker...
Depends on the temperament of the breeding male swan.
I suspect they are on the Continent somewhere. Christopher had a lot of international connections. He died two years ago.
I suspect turtles would get eaten eventually.
Paradise Park here in the U.K. has tigers with koi, which haven’t been eaten. Yet.
Interesting, thank you. I’d like a bit more detail about the enclosures.
Just do it. I was joining all sorts of things at that age. You don’t actually have to get to meetings, just enjoy the journals, newsletters and...
I’ll just echo the ‘legit’ thing. It’s a major breeding station for waterfowl, waders, and at least two crane species. Very well kept and a major...
I’ve seen blackbirds and pied wagtails as well. Nice and warm in there:)
Yep, all of that:). Also, one decent stomp from a Secretary Bird would finish a mongoose
I think Bat-eared Foxes are largely insectivorous. They’re certainly not your typical opportunist fox.
Even if the Gorillas were totally benign...
There are no small birds present, apart from those natives that have introduced themselves. The large number of a White-eye (Zosterops) species...
What’s sweet and sticky and swings through the trees?
Whoops, forgot Kilverstone, also Seaview Wildlife Encounter, Isle of Wight
Pity. It was in many ways a more interesting collection:)
If you go back two hundred years to the original collection, there was Quagga, Passenger Pigeon….
Ok, I forgot Stagsden, Southport, Southampton, Peakirk and Birdland original site
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