Visited the Bronx Zoo this week (for the first time in a year, which is the longest span I have ever not gone): A greater mouse deer has been added to the open fronted world of birds exhibit with the tawny frogmouth's. The kea exhibit in WOB is being renovated. A pair of red crowned crane have replaced the black necked crane in Northern Ponds. The black necked crane is now in one of the crane exhibits at the exit of World of Birds, alongside a white-naped crane, emu and 4 grey crowned cranes. Polar Bear exhibit is closed off, as is the path by it. Seemed to be construction work going on. Interested to see what replaces tundra. The Guam Kingfisher is now mixed in the wetlands habitat at the beginning of the aquatic bird house. In the next door exhibit he previously occupied is the storm's stork. Sulawesi Hornbill are now in the longtime kingfisher exhibit next to the laughing kookaburra in the Aquatic Bird House. It is a rather small exhibit for them tbh. The Eurasian eagle owl exhibit in Birds of Prey is being renovated for a new species. The giraffe were inside, as a larger feeding platform is being constructed in their outdoor yard. Potentially for public feedings like at many other zoos. The 4D theater is gone across from the giraffes and is now just a concrete slab. Several slender horned gazelle have been born this year. (1,2) Javan langur were on exhibit in Jungleworld. The white rhino indoor exhibit now features large metal bars as a bar as opposed to a more minimal fencing previously.