Animals at the Zoo Durian – Rescued in 2020 – Blind Trillium- Donated from Rehabilitator 2021 Eddy and Ozzy- Rescued in 2021 Description (mephitis mephitis) A stout, short-limbed animal with…
A long-legged, yet diminutive owl that hunts mostly at dusk and night. They’ll swoop down from a perch, hover over a field and dive, or even run along the ground to catch their prey in their talons.
Highly adaptive, large, North American squirrel. In most parts of Southern California their upper body is brown/grey with a brown/orange underside.
Very common in western forests; predominantly located in coniferous woods. Mostly lives in flocks except when nesting.
One of the most abundant ducks in the world and the ancestor to most blood lines of domestic ducks. They forage in water by dabbing or submerging their head and neck; on land, they graze, pluck seeds and will even grub for roots
One of the most intelligent species of bird. Very social – may gather in communal roosts of many thousands in a single grove. They are very opportunistic when it comes to feeding – which they mostly do on the ground.
A long-winged, dark-feathered, high-soaring bird of North America. Unlike most birds who are thought to have a poor sense of smell, the Turkey Vulture can locate carrion by odor.
One of North America’s largest birds with a wingspan up to 9 feet!! Pelicans don’t carry food in their pouches, they use them to scoop up food but will swallow their catch before flying off.
Snow leopards eat meat. They primarily hunt wild sheep and goats. Snow leopards are also known…