by , Keeper
I've been at the museum since 2010. I love to read and learn; it's rare that a day goes by at work when I'm not suppressing the urge to spew out something cool I just learned to my coworkers. In my spare time, I play the 'cello, snuggle my dog and reminisce about snowmen and Nor'easters.
I work Sunday through Thursday. You can find me raking the Farmyard in the morning or training the donkey and dwarf goats in the afternoon.

The Plot Thickens…

August 7th, 2012

Scout seems to have overheard Lightning and Max plotting a few months back¬†and Lightning and Auggie, too! It’s time for some investigation into what all the fuss is about.

Max and Ducky

What do you think all the chatter is about? Maybe our former interns were right, it is all about the sheep.

Join the conversation:

  1. Scout: “I’m just glad cows don’t fly. Hahahahahaha”

    Max: “You really quack me up.”

    Posted by Wendy
  2. It absolutely has to be about the sheep and, of course, the Alpacas. Exactly what they’re saying I can’t know but it’s probably something that they don’t want the sheep to know. Have you noticed any of the other animals talking to the sheep lately?

    Posted by Ranger Greg
  3. Just received a female 3 year old domestic bred ring tail lemur. How do I know when she is in season via behavior and physical signs? Do females make a constant purring sound during this or any other circumstances? She was parent raised for the first 8 months.
    thanks for any input…i have experience with prosimians but not this species

    Posted by juliann
  4. Director Comment :

    To ask us questions directly, email us directly thru the museum’s website:
    also, training class:–Lemurs—–/

    Posted by Sherry Samuels

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