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Pacific North West
The Pacific North West exhibit recreates the rocky shores of the Pribilof Islands and North American coast. It is home to Spanky, the Harbor seal, several Steller sea lions, Northern Fur Seal. Sadie enjoyed the various noises of the seals and sea lions!
The Plight of the Penguins
The African penguin population continues to decline. In 2010, researchers reported that the wild population was estimated to be 21,000 pairs. At a 2013 international penguin conference biologists reduced their estimates to only 19,000 pairs. The population ...
We start with the aviary which houses hundreds of colorful Budgies, Cockatiels, Regent and Superb Parrots, Ricky the Eclectus Parrot and ... a Kookabura! Once inside the exhibit, where the friendly birds sing and fly freely, all we had to do was simply hold the food stick in the air and watch them swoop down to perch on our arms, our heads, shoulders and eat right out of our hands! Sadie was so enchanted by the birds, she tried to catch ...
We were awoken by the pitter patter of a soft rain, made a hearty breakfast, did the usual Last minute check of our equipment and provisions and motored out of the Marina under Fog with visibility of 1 mile. Out in the Sound the visibility improves and I rigged up a Fishing rod With a 12" pink Hogy in hopes of a tug of war with a denizen of the ...
Well. Whether I like it or not, my semester abroad is starting in less than a month. Obviously I am incredibly excited to spend 4 months in a country that I've always wanted to visit and I feel very fortunate to have been able to put this trip together, but I am still really nervous. It's hard to put into words why I am so scared about leaving. Maybe it's leaving my friends ...
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