Monthly Archives: July 2013

Buffalo Enrichment for Lions at Cheyenne Mountain Zoo

I have worked as an artist in the zoo and conservation world for 18 years now and have always enjoyed when that association leads me down new avenues not previously taken, or allows me to meet friends that share the … Continue reading

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Endangered Indian Rhino Calf Conceived by Artifical Insemination Becomes World’s First

The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden’s Center for Conservation & Research of Endangered Wildlife (CREW) and the Montgomery Zoo, in Montgomery, Ala., announced the birth of a male Indian rhino calf produced by artificial insemination (AI). This is the first … Continue reading

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Suli’s Story: A Kangaroo’s Battle With Cancer

January 29, 2013 started as a normal day at the Racine Zoo in Racine, Wis.  Two red kangaroos were scheduled for their routine veterinary exams and keepers were busy preparing.  Suli, a 16-year-old red kangaroo, and Coing, a 13-year-old red kangaroo … Continue reading

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