http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U5I5H7EeC8k (Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center)Read More ‘Canine’ or Porcupine: Video Gone Viral
Media Training Tips for Zoo Professionals: Keep the energy flowing between you and your audience There’s the old saying: “It is better to give than to receive,” but really, that’s only the half of it, right? “Giving is better than receiving because giving starts the receiving process,” said Jim Rohn. Deepak Chopra, in The Seven […]Read More “Are you a Stream, or a Twisted Garden Hose?” -SDR
Hippo Living in Sewer Relocated I have been enamored with the common hippo since I recall first seeing one at a zoo in an indoor, winter enclosure. They impressed me far more than elephants and rhinos. In fact, the same hippo that I saw as a kid, was totally fascinated and inspired by, and worked […]Read More Angry, Angry Hippos!
(Source) re-post The following topic is quite interesting and relevant to the wildlife conservation movement, particularly during such troubled economic times. I don’t know that I will deliver this post in the typical lively spirit that you are familiar with, as it has been a long weekend for some reason. But I always digress…. If […]Read More RP-Branding the Uber-Iconic Wildlife Ambassadors
World War Zoo gardens project at Newquay Zoo – evaluation survey request Dear colleagues, I am collecting data about our current Wartime Gardening (dig for victory) project and blog at Newquay Zoo, http://worldwarzoogardener1939.wordpress.com<http://worldwarzoogardener1939.wordpress.com/> The project and its allotment gardens onsite at Newquay Zoo look at sustainability, food security, recycling and other future issues by focusing […]Read More FW: World War Zoo Gardens Project @ Newquay Zoo – Survey Request