Visited the zoo this New Year's Eve for a quick visit. While I didn't have the time to visit the Rainforest, there are plenty of other updates around the zoo. There are 4 Mexican Wolves at the zoo now. The zoo has the same sister pair as before, but there were 2 other wolves visible in the kennels behind the exhibit. Perhaps they are rotating the pairs on exhibit for now? The prairie dogs, peccaries, anteaters, and alligators will most likely be off-exhibit for the winter. On the Maned Wolf pups' birthday celebration on December 27th, the habitat was named the Julia Wasserman Maned Wolf Experience in honor of late board member Julia Wasserman. Beardsley Zoo celebrates 1st birthday of critically endangered wolf pups Pronghorn are no longer at the zoo. Inside Alligator Alley, the Black-Crowned Night Herons were not on-exhibit, so they may have died. The new Emperor Geese are indeed being held in the aviary. Only 1 Bald Eagle was on-exhibit. The farmyard had several things going on. The Domestic Cat is no longer at the zoo, and the Cotswold Sheep were not on-exhibit and their sign wasn't there either. The hog, llama, horse, and goat exhibits all had rope fencing blocking off direct guest access (possibly in preparation for planned farmyard refurbishments). Most of the poultry pens were empty as well, although some chickens were visible in their shed behind the pens.