- May 2, 2005
Yes it is.Beardsley? Isn't that Hedorah99's turf?
To allay any fears (even though thsi post is 2 years old)
The gators are fine. A little algae in the water is not bad. The chemistry of the water is fine, its just a little green. Gators and turtles are not usually friendly but when the gators are well fed enough that they have no desire to hunt, it usually works out fine.
Its not a bobcat, its a lynx. I agree the cage is too small BUT we are trying to build some larger ones. Small privately run zoos cannot just build cages at whim. We do have their health and well being as a primary concern.
And yes, the bald eagles were non releasable injured animals. One was the victim of DDT poisoning, the other lost a wing due to gunshot. They have since both passed on, being relatively 25 and 27 years old.