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Archive: Feb 2018

National Pig Day 2018

National Pig Day 2018

Posted February 27, 2018 in Uncategorized

Greetings friends and welcome to this week’s blog! This Thursday actually happens to be National Pig Day. Pigs have been a part of the fabric of American life for generations and it’s awesome to see the often misjudged pig get its day in the sun! Pigs are super social creatures and enjoy forming bonds with other pigs, humans, and sometimes spiders. A group of young pigs are called a swift. A group of older pigs is called a sounder. Big Bad Pig Better To Smell You With Pigs also have an excellent sense of smell because of their long snouts.…
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The History of U.S. Presidents and Parrots

The History of U.S. Presidents and Parrots

Posted February 19, 2018 in Uncategorized

Greetings and welcome to this week’s blog! It’s Presidents Day today. To celebrate the day we once again take a look at the animals that our Commanders in Chief have had. Last year we took a look at the more bizarre animals that our presidents have had. You can click here if you want a refresher about POTUS Pets. It’s well documented that Theodore Roosevelt probably had the most eclectic collection of critters. From lizards to a small black bear, old Teddy had it all. He also had a cat named Slippers and a macaw named Eli Yale. That got…
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The White Emus Are Not Albinos

The White Emus Are Not Albinos

Posted February 12, 2018 in Uncategorized

Greetings and welcome to this week’s blog! Hopefully those of you who had snow were able to dig out safely. If you followed the groundhog last week you know we still have plenty of winter left. Seeing the all white tundra outside reminded me of the rare white emus that we have at Timbavati Wildlife Park. The white emu is not an albino. Albinism is a random anomaly concerning the pigment of the skin. It also causes poor eyesight in the animal or person. The white emu has been bred to be white. Of course the emu is an Australian…
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Timbavati Wildlife Park Welcomes the Masked Lapwing

Timbavati Wildlife Park Welcomes the Masked Lapwing

Posted February 5, 2018 in Uncategorized

Greetings friends and welcome to this week’s blog. Last week we began talking about what’s new in 2018 for design and construction. These week I wanted to start talking about new animals at Timbavati WIldlife Park in 2018. One of the first animals we will be welcoming in 2018 is are a small flock of Masked Lapwing Birds. The masked Lapwing is also referred to as a “plover.” Masked lapwings hail from Australia, Southern New Guinea and New Zealand. Now these birds live in semi-harmony with humans in the land down under. I say semi because apparently they have been…
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