ABC2 News is talking about Ringo and Frankie!
Bear Cubs Born at Plumpton Park Zoo http://conta.cc/W9VcXG
Some bad news, our Tiger donation box was broken into. The issue was reported to the police but there are no leads. About $300 was taken. However, we need to keep focused on our goal. Please consider making an online donation by clicking the link below or reblog this post so we can build a proper home for our Alexis and Miracle. Even small donations add up. Thank you.
Our architect, Clark Design Group won an award for the the design of the Giraffe House and Classroom. Now with fundraising almost complete we need an engineer. We would be happy to hear your recommendations for an engineer. Thank you!
Our latest YouTube video about the sounds of the Zoo. Wild Noise https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BedabxIGkrY&feature=youtube_gdata
The real life origin of the movie “We Bought A Zoo” is the Dartmoor Zoo in England. Our zoo has followed a very similar path. This morning they were kind enough to tweet about us and our documentary. For those not on Twitter please consider checking out their Facebook page and thanking them for the tweet.
Please help us spread the word. If you are a blogger please post or repost about our event the Princess and the Frog Tea Party. Lots of fun activities, story time and dress up. Join the princess and the frog on March 16! 30 spots at 11 a.m. and 30 spots at 1 p.m. RSVP by March 1. $15 per child. Call 410-658-6850 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP.
Plumpton Park Zoo’s own Tommy Lawrence was just accepted for a competitive and prestigious film/media internship in California this summer. Tommy, along with others, filmed the zoo’s documentary. Tommy then went on to film, edit and produce all of our educational videos. Tommy next lent a helping hand to our Chase Grant competition. Not to be outdone, Tommy took on the role of director of our very successful Zombies at the Zoo event. Tommy is now at Temple University after completing his time at Harford Community College. Below is a link to Tommy’s YouTube page. We will miss Tommy’s talent and passion but we want to wish him well.