Wildlife Safari celebrates their highly trained keepers for National Zoo Keeper Appreciation Week as they tell us what it means to be a zoo keeper to them. “As a kid, I always loved learning about animals. I would watch documentaries and memorize facts to share with... The primary job of keepers at Wildlife Safari is to ensure that all of our animals are happy and healthy. This requires a little extra effort on the part of the keepers. The key is to give the animals new things to interact with every single day. The public helps with... Even if you’ve never heard one, you probably know that their characteristic roar. However, lions also make a variety of other sounds and vocalizations including calls that we refer to as caroling. Now before you start picturing a lion choir, caroling is a lot less... While many of us wish we could have our own hibernating season through the winter, for most it is just wishful thinking while we’re out in the cold. However, for bears – including those of Wildlife Safari, this dream is their reality every winter! Now, this may not... Meet Wildlife Safari’s resident Sumatran Tigers Riya and Kemala are 3 year old Sumatran tigers. Sumatrans are the smallest tiger subspecies, much smaller than the large Siberian tigers. As jungle dwellers, Sumatran tigers don’t need the larger body mass needed... On Enrichment On Halloween weekend keepers got into the holiday spirit by giving out pumpkins! Our tigers, bears and lions all got huge pumpkins to play with, each filled with fun things like popsicles, maple syrup and other yummy snacks. Many of our animals love...
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