Last Night an article was posted to sfgate.com
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Of course I commented, even though I try not to get too involved with sfgate commenting anymore.
My comment says exactly how I feel in short. I could go on and on, but readers of my blog know how I feel. I will add that it does seem curious (I was going to do a post about this) that all of a sudden I see the Zoo fixing things up. It is also curious that this comes after they let poor Wishbone pound his bones to a literal death in that concrete killer grotto. AND only after Wishy passed did they finally get Inti out of the cages they had him living in for ten years.
The Zoo patted themselves on the back once again for that move and sure got alot of press out of their new home for Inti. Yes it looks great, but its years overdue. Poor thing was living in a series of cages for a decade. They don't put that in the press release. I think it was about time they gave him a proper space to live in.
Next up will be Wishbones areas. I'd bet they will only being doing something with it so they can bring in a new animal to house there, when the focus should be something similar to what I suggested in a previous post so that Pike and Ulu the Polar Bears can live on a natural surface 100% of the time, not less that 50%, which is what they get now rotating between a meadow and a concrete space.