Building the new exhibition area for the beech martens

Over the last few months many innovations and renovations have taken place in the Zoological Garden. Below are several of the projects with which we are currently engaged:

  • Winter will be here soon, and the yellow-legged gull flock has returned to the Garden, as every year. They aren't nesting yet, but they are already here: you can see them flying above the Garden and hear their loud calls, echoing far into the distance.
  • On one of the citrus trees in the thicket aviary, in a magnificent nest of twigs, Eurasian collared-dove nestlings have hatched!
Sara Blutinger and Henry the  bulbul, Photo: Noga Kronfeld-Schor

On November 21 we were happy to host Sara Blutinger, a generous supporter of animal welfare at the Zoological Garden, for a private tour of the gardens.

The Garden clinic is currently hosting a white stork that was operated on by Ron Elazari-Volcani, following a request from the Wildlife Hospital;

The Garden staff on a trip, autumn 2018

Jacob Zlait has recently retired after working diligently and devotedly in the Zoological Garden for many years.

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