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Sedgwick County Zoo Species On Exhibit 6/13/2019

Discussion in 'United States' started by Deerfad, 14 Jun 2019.

  1. Deerfad

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    I decided to create a better list that gives better clarity and is easier to understand!

    ENTRANCE AREA: (3 Exhibits)

    Medium-sized lagoon in front of the zoo's entrance:

    • Koi
    Medium-sized pond:
    • Caribbean Flamingo
    • Greater Flamingo
    Medium-sized pond over a bridge that leads to the Children's Farms:
    • Koi
    • Mallard (native)
    CHILDREN'S FARMS: (20 Exhibits)

    Asian Farm:

    4 medium-sized fenced yards adjoining barn:

    • Karakul Sheep
    • Yak
    • Gyr Zebu
    • Domestic Water Buffalo and Vietnamese Pot-bellied Pig
    Free-roaming in above-fenced yards:
    • Silkie Bantam Chicken
    • Indian Runner Duck
    • Sebastopol Goose
    American Farm:

    Large-sized walk-in fenced feeding yard:

    • Arapawa Island Goat
    • Nigerian Dwarf Goat
    3 small-sized wire enclosures attached to 'Poultry House':
    • Lakenvelder Chicken
    • Nankin Bantam Chicken
    • Bourbon Red Turkey
    6 medium-sized fenced yards adjoining large barn with indoor stall views:
    • Arapawa Island Goat
    • Gloucestershire Old Spot Pig
    • Ancient White Park Cow, Milking Devon Cow, and Highland Cow
    • Heritage Shorthorn Cow and Pineywoods Cow
    • American Cream Draft Horse and Mule
    • Poitou Donkey
    Small-sized wooden hive with a tube to outdoor access to the large barn:
    • Honeybee
    Large-sized walk-in fenced feeding yard:
    • Navajo-Churro Sheep
    • Magpie Duck
    • Cayuga Duck
    • Pilgrim Goose
    African Farm:

    Large-sized walk-in feeding yard:

    • Tunis Sheep
    Large-sized fenced yard adjoining round barn:
    • Dromedary Camel
    Large-sized fenced yard adjoining round barn:
    • Guinea Hog
    • Watusi
    • Miniature Donkey
    • Sebastopol Goose
    Small-sized timber-and-wire enclosure:
    • Domestic Guineafowl
     
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  2. geomorph

    geomorph Well-Known Member Premium Member

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    On my list from last year I certainly missed most of these birds in the farms area!
     
  3. Deerfad

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    CESSNA PENGUIN COVE: (1 Exhibit)

    Medium-sized netted yard with a rocky backdrop and medium pond with underwater viewing:

    • Humboldt Penguin
    • Gray Gull? (off exhibit)
    • Inca Tern? (off exhibit)
    AMPHIBIANS & REPTILES: (36 Exhibits)

    Medium-sized outdoor fenced yard, connected to a small-sized unique indoor yard:
    • Aldabra Tortoise
    Large-sized wall terrarium with 5 viewing windows and deep pool, titled 'North American River Bank':
    • Gulf Coast Spiny Softshell
    • River Cooter
    • Razor-Backed Musk Turtle
    • Yellow-Blotched Map Turtle
    • Pascagoula Map Turtle
    • American Bullfrog
    • Black Crappie
    • Longnose Gar
    • Golden Shiner
    • Green Sunfish
    Medium-sized room enclosure viewed through 3 glass panels:
    • Alligator Snapping Turtle
    8 small-to-medium-sized wall terrariums:
    • Tentacled Snake and Puff-Faced Water Snake
    • African Dwarf Mud Turtle
    • Rio Cauca Caecilian
    • Western Bearded Anole
    • Magnificent Treefrog and Rough-Scaled Python
    • Kaup's Caecilian
    • Green And Black Poison Dart Frog
    • Eyelash Viper and Venezuelan Lancehead
    8 medium-to-small-sized wall terrariums:
    • Chinese Crocodile Lizard
    • Golden Mantella
    • Black-spined Toad, Mandarin Rat Snake, and Black-Breasted Leaf Turtle
    • Okinawa Newt
    • Oaxacan Knob-Scaled Lizard
    • Black-Bellied Salamander
    • Rubber Boa
    • Sheltopusik and European Green Toad
    • Eastern Hellbender
    • Spotted Turtle and Bog Turtle
    3 large-to-medium-sized wall terrariums:
    • King Cobra (2 exhibits for a male and female)
    • Egyptian Tortoise and Berber Skink
    • Sonoran Spiny-Tailed Iguana and Sonoran Desert Toad
    • Gila Monster and Chuckwalla
    6 small-to-medium-sized wall terrariums:
    • Muller's Clawed Frog
    • Carrot-Tail Viper Gecko
    • Luristan Newt
    • Southwestern Speckled Rattlesnake
    • Long-Nosed Snake
    • Karsten's Plated Lizard and Madagascar Spider Tortoise
    4 large-sized terrariums:
    • Black Mamba
    • Cape Twig Snake
    • Indochinese Spitting Cobra
    • Gaboon Viper
     
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    TROPICS: (20 Exhibits)

    7 small-sized wall terrariums in building lobby:
    • Sabah Spiny Stick Insect
    • Brazilian Salmon Pink Birdeater
    • Borneo Forest Scorpion
    • Asian Giant Centipede
    • Giant Cave Roach
    • Thorny Devil Stick Insect
    • Gooty Sapphire Ornamental Tarantula
    Large-sized skylit walk-through aviary building with lush tropical planting:
    • African Collared-Dove
    • Baikal Teal
    • Beautiful Fruit-Dove
    • Black Crake
    • Black-Naped Fruit-Dove
    • Blue-Bellied Roller
    • Blue-Gray Tanager
    • Bruce's Green Pigeon
    • Bush Thick-Knee
    • Chinese Hwamei
    • Cinereous Finch
    • Collared Finch-Billed Bulbul
    • Common Bulbul
    • Crested Coua
    • Crested Quail-Dove
    • Crested Wood Partridge
    • Edward's Pheasant
    • Emerald Starling
    • Fairy Bluebird
    • Golden-Breasted Starling
    • Golden-Headed Quetzal
    • Great Blue Turaco
    • Greater Indian Fruit Bat
    • Grosbeak Starling
    • Luzon Bleeding-Heart Dove
    • Mandarin Duck
    • Marbled Duck
    • Nicobar Pigeon
    • North American Ruddy Duck
    • Oriole Warbler
    • Peruvian Thick-Knee
    • Red-Capped Cardinal
    • Red-Crested Turaco
    • Regent Parrot
    • Ringed Teal
    • Scarlet-faced Liocichla
    • Snowy-crowned Robin-Chat
    • Spangled Cotinga
    • Speckled Mousebird
    • Sunbittern
    • Taiwan Yuhina
    • Tambourine Dove
    • Victoria Crowned Pigeon
    • Violet-Backed Starling
    • White-Breasted Woodswallow
    • Wonga Pigeon
    Medium-sized pond in the walk-through aviary:
    • White-Spotted River Ray
    • Plecostomus
    Medium-sized pond in the walk-through aviary with a walk-through viewing tunnel:
    • Fly River Turtle
    • Northern Snakeneck Turtle
    • Boeseman's Rainbowfish
    • Australian Lungfish
    • Red-Tailed Giant Gourami
    • Spotted Scat
    • Seven-Spot Archerfish
    • Silver Mooney
    • Empire Gudgeon
    • Queensland Red Claw Yabby
    4 small-sized timber-and-mesh enclosed aviaries within the walk-through aviary:
    • Guam Kingfisher
    • Golden White-eye and Mariana Fruit-Dove
    • Guam Rail
    • Sunda Wrinkled Hornbill
    Small-sized room exhibit behind glass in a cave in walk-through aviary:
    • Empty
    Small-sized wall aquarium in a cave in walk-through aviary:
    • Blind Cave Tetra
    Small-sized open-top aquarium in walk-through aviary:
    • Red-tailed Silverside
    • Pinstripe Damba
    Small-sized open-top aquarium in walk-through aviary:
    • Red-tailed Silverside
    • Patricia's Killifish
    • Gold Saroy
    Small-sized open-top aquarium in walk-through aviary:
    • Red-Tailed Silverside
    • Marakely
    Small-sized glass-enclosed yard with pond:
    • Cuban Crocodile
     
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  5. Deerfad

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    NORTH AMERICA: (17 Exhibits)

    Large-sized moated and fenced yard with subterranean viewing shelter:
    • Grizzly Bear
    Large-sized rocky-walled and fenced yard viewed from viewing shelter:
    • Black Bear
    Large-sized fenced yard:
    • Wild Turkey
    • White-tailed Deer
    • Sandhill Crane
    Medium-sized rocky-walled yard with front pond and underwater viewing from viewing shelter:
    • River Otter
    4 medium-sized wall terrariums in a small building, viewed from outside:
    • Great Plains Rat Snake and Western Hognose
    • Osage Copperhead and Timber Rattlesnake
    • Prairie Rattlesnake
    • Speckled Kingsnake

    Large-sized timber-and-wire enclosed aviary:
    • American Wigeon
    • Blue-winged Teal
    • Cinnamon Teal
    • Hooded Merganser
    • North American Ruddy Duck
    • Northern Pintail
    Large-sized timber-and-wire enclosed aviary:
    • Bald Eagle
    Large-sized fenced yard viewed from viewing shelter:
    • Elk
    Large-sized timber-and-wire enclosed aviary:
    • Bald Eagle
    Large-sized fenced yard viewed from the elevated boardwalk or boat ride river:
    • Mexican Wolf
    Large-sized walled and fenced yard viewed from the elevated boardwalk or boat ride river:
    • Pronghorn
    • Navajo-Churro Sheep (baby)
    Large-sized fenced yard viewed from elevated boardwalk or ground level:
    • American Bison
    Medium-sized netted yard with viewing shelter:
    • Cougar
    Large-sized low-walled yard with overhead netting:
    • Black-tailed Prairie Dog
     
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    ASIA: (7 Exhibits)

    Tiger Trek:

    Small-sized moated yard viewed from 3 sides, including from inside 'Tiger Reserve Lodge':

    • Red Panda (off-exhibit)
    2 large-sized fenced yards with multiple viewing areas, including from inside 'Tiger Reserve Lodge':
    • Amur Tiger
    Large-sized fenced yard with water moat on one side:
    • Burmese Brow-antlered Deer
    Medium-sized fenced and covered square yard:
    • Amur Leopard
    Asian Forest:

    Large-sized low-fenced yard with long water moat and walk-through visitor path:

    • Bar-headed Goose
    • Ruddy Shelduck
    • White Stork
    Large-sized moated yard with water moat on one side:
    • Malayan Tapir
     
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  7. Chlidonias

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    That was surprising to me. Are these "common" in America or "rare"? Are there other NZ breeds kept there (apart from kunekune obviously)?
     
  8. Deerfad

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    Fewer than 200 are left in the United States alone. The sign reads “rare breed.” As far as I know, I don’t think that SCZ keeps any other NZ breeds.