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Category Archives: Pat’s Poetry Corner
Science is full of extremely long and complicated words, such as crepuscular (active at dawn and dusk), omnivorous (eating both animals and plants), and deciduous (describing trees that shed leaves in the fall and grow new ones in the spring). … Continue reading
Caring for animals comes with bad points as well as good. Animals do not always appreciate that fencing is there for their own good, and do not understand that humans prefer not to spend all their free time filling in … Continue reading
Animal care is not all glamor, fame, loose cars and fast women. Sometimes, especially during enclosure cleaning in the most humid part of late summer, or while trying to get an excitable, distracted animal to eat a pill rather than … Continue reading
There is a dark, or rather a squishy, side to keeping animals, including wolves and their cousins, coyotes. What goes in must come out, as it were, and after the excitement of feeding demonstrations must come the, er, exudate of … Continue reading
The phone on my desk rang this morning. “We are at the gate. We need a shrubbery. Now.” “Um, who is this please?” I asked. “We are knights sent by the Knights of Ni. Prepare the shrubbery.” “I’m putting you … Continue reading
Our tireless primary wolf researcher, Pat Goodmann, observes our wolves often and takes copious pages of notes on their behavior. It is through this diligent record that we can distinguish patterns and changes in behavior and start to draw conclusions … Continue reading