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Potawatomi Zoo (and reunion 2019) June 23, 2019

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A recent trip to visit old friends in Toledo and South Bend, Indiana was loads of fun. Our friend, Josh Sisk is now acting director at the Potawatomi Zoo and is doing an amazing job. What a fun visit and reunion.  This 23 acre facility is beautiful – with a varied and interesting collection. The sightlines are wonderful and the habitats are large and user friendly to the visitor. They have eight species of primates, four species of big cats, Sichuan Takins (with two babies), camels, okapis and much more. There is something new and fascinating around every corner. Thank you Josh for your generosity and time. We loved our visit and will be back for sure.

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1. Terry Phelan - June 23, 2019

Josh could be one of my boys…Is he as good-looking as I think? What was the critter with the big ball on top? >

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2. Mary Radice - June 23, 2019

Love the bottom group pic…..you look good….and lovely to see Josh again! And last but not least, these captures are captivating….thanks Judy!! 🙂

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judylobo - June 23, 2019

Thanks so much Mary. It was a fun visit

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3. Lori Micken - June 23, 2019

thank you. You do get around a lot. what is the gray bovine? antelope? with baby just under the warthog and kookaburra pictures? I saw it and another of your postings. I truly enjoy these greatly. Your address was given me by a friend in Manhattan – – New York City, not Manhattan, Montana. M

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4. judylobo - June 24, 2019

Thanks Lori. Glad you are enjoying my Sunday sends. That animal is a Takin with her baby.

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5. Kristina Barroso Burrell - June 25, 2019

Hi! I’m the marketing and communications manager at the Potawatomi Zoo. I’m sorry I missed you on your visit, but I’d love to feature some of your great photos! Feel free to email me your favorites. Personally, I love the painted dog pictures, spider monkey, the flamingo and the ones you took inside the Learning Center. Great work!

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