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I've been at the Museum sooooo long - longer than many of our interns have been alive. I do a little bit of everything as part of my job: care for the animals, work with the keepers and other staff, spend time with guests. Lucky me!
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Both Wolves Howling

March 28th, 2013

Katy spent a bunch of time at the wolf exhibit the past few weeks and she had her camera!!! Check this out:

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  1. Awesome video! Great job Katy.

    Posted by Ranger Ro
  2. This is Great!

    Posted by matts

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I've been at the Museum sooooo long - longer than many of our interns have been alive. I do a little bit of everything as part of my job: care for the animals, work with the keepers and other staff, spend time with guests. Lucky me!
I spend a lot of time behind-the-scenes, or here after hours, but if you really want to see me, you'll have to sign-up for a behind-the-scenes program.

Please don’t throw out your bears

August 19th, 2012

My brother in Montana sent me this video.

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  1. Adorable!

    Posted by Wendy

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by , Director
I've been at the Museum sooooo long - longer than many of our interns have been alive. I do a little bit of everything as part of my job: care for the animals, work with the keepers and other staff, spend time with guests. Lucky me!
I spend a lot of time behind-the-scenes, or here after hours, but if you really want to see me, you'll have to sign-up for a behind-the-scenes program.

video of pine snakes hatching

August 9th, 2012

Finally, and sorry for the wait,  time-lapsed video of the pine snakes hatching.

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 They should start eating soon, and then we’ll bring them out for people to meet during the Reptile Feeding Program, Thursdays at 4 PM.

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I've been at the Museum sooooo long - longer than many of our interns have been alive. I do a little bit of everything as part of my job: care for the animals, work with the keepers and other staff, spend time with guests. Lucky me!
I spend a lot of time behind-the-scenes, or here after hours, but if you really want to see me, you'll have to sign-up for a behind-the-scenes program.

Naked Sheep

May 30th, 2012

Our sheep were sheared yesterday. Some photos below, as well as a video for those of you that cannot come see them in person. (Click on each photo to enlarge).

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David shears our sheep

 

getting the last bit of wool off

 

all done

 

35 pounds of wool from our 4 sheep

 

our four naked sheep

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I've been at the Museum sooooo long - longer than many of our interns have been alive. I do a little bit of everything as part of my job: care for the animals, work with the keepers and other staff, spend time with guests. Lucky me!
I spend a lot of time behind-the-scenes, or here after hours, but if you really want to see me, you'll have to sign-up for a behind-the-scenes program.

Groundbreaking update.

May 17th, 2012

Groundbreaking for the red wolf center in Columbia, NC  occurred last week. Kim Wheeler posted this video of day one of work. (And while we’re talking wolves, BIG THANKS for supporting the Crowdrise challenge: the red wolf coalition took second place and earned an additional $15,000!).

 

 

 

 

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  1. That’s awesome about 2nd place

    Posted by Jill

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I've been at the Museum sooooo long - longer than many of our interns have been alive. I do a little bit of everything as part of my job: care for the animals, work with the keepers and other staff, spend time with guests. Lucky me!
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Poison Dart Frog Video

February 28th, 2012

Kimberly wrote about Aposematic coloration last month. After reading the post, Rachael shared this video of our poison dart frogs, “wrestling”.

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I've been at the Museum sooooo long - longer than many of our interns have been alive. I do a little bit of everything as part of my job: care for the animals, work with the keepers and other staff, spend time with guests. Lucky me!
I spend a lot of time behind-the-scenes, or here after hours, but if you really want to see me, you'll have to sign-up for a behind-the-scenes program.

Muskrat video

January 6th, 2012

Here’s the video I said I would share  from Christmas of the muskrats eating. Enjoy.

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  1. Very cool

    Posted by Katy

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I've been at the Museum sooooo long - longer than many of our interns have been alive. I do a little bit of everything as part of my job: care for the animals, work with the keepers and other staff, spend time with guests. Lucky me!
I spend a lot of time behind-the-scenes, or here after hours, but if you really want to see me, you'll have to sign-up for a behind-the-scenes program.

Gus plays in the hay

December 8th, 2011

Really cute video of Gus playing in the hay a couple weeks ago. Sorry it’s not the best quality- you never have the best camera with you when you need it. (the quality is better if you do not maximize the screen).

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  1. It’s so great to see Gus having such a great time!

    Posted by Kimberly
  2. That is SO funny and entertaining:)

    Posted by Ashlyn

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by , Director
I've been at the Museum sooooo long - longer than many of our interns have been alive. I do a little bit of everything as part of my job: care for the animals, work with the keepers and other staff, spend time with guests. Lucky me!
I spend a lot of time behind-the-scenes, or here after hours, but if you really want to see me, you'll have to sign-up for a behind-the-scenes program.

Recent interesting emails

August 25th, 2011

I received two emails on Tuesday/Wednesday that I thought I would share with you. One was from a coworker who forwarded a link to the National Zoo’s report on what the animals there did during the earthquake:  

http://nationalzoo.si.edu/Publications/PressMaterials/PressReleases/NZP/2011/earthquake.cfm

 

Keeper Jill happened to be at our wolf exhibit during the earthquake and while she did not feel anything she reported that the wolves stood up and started running around.

The other email was from a fellow red wolf cooperator who forwarded a link to a video out of Canada on bear counting and tagging in winter. It’s cute, and if you like bears worth the the 7+ minutes to watch:
us Sans ITC”>http://www.youtube.com/watch_popup?v=vJRDpTUIrJI&vq=mediumHope you enjoy…

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I've been at the Museum sooooo long - longer than many of our interns have been alive. I do a little bit of everything as part of my job: care for the animals, work with the keepers and other staff, spend time with guests. Lucky me!
I spend a lot of time behind-the-scenes, or here after hours, but if you really want to see me, you'll have to sign-up for a behind-the-scenes program.

QuikPost:Yona bear update

November 11th, 2010

 

The picture above doesn’t do justice to Yona as her hair has grown back in since her surgery in September. We expect to be letting Yona back into the exhibit in just one week! It will be eight weeks since her surgery and she is doing really well. Her limp has mostly diminished and we’re really happy with how things have gone.

I was looking through some emails and blogs and came across a really great video that Karyn took back in the spring- before she volunteered or worked at the Museum!  Yona is  much larger now than she was in April when this video was taken! 

Go to the following post written by Erin:   http://blogs.lifeandscience.org/keepers/2010/05/05/how-enriching/ to take a look.

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  1. I can’t wait to see her in the yard again! I hope the other bears didn’t get too accustomed to her absence.

    Posted by Leslie

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