The goats are home. OK, to be more specific, the Nigerian dwarf goats at the Oklahoma City Zoo are now at home in the new Children’s Zoo exhibit. Zoo staffers hauled the cuddly creatures from their off-exhibit habitat to their new digs. They’ll be part of the contact barn. The goats, along with all the other Children’s Zoo animals, will debut March 12. Check out these photos sent in from D. Jones and C. Lewis of the Oklahoma City Zoo.
Liz Kock, Registered Veterinary Technician at the Oklahoma City Zoo, gives Jet a lift to his new home in the Children’s Zoo.
Darcy Henthorn, Oklahoma City Zoo Curator of Children’s Zoo & Birds, happily carries Oologah into his barn at the new Children’s Zoo.
Duncan gets a lift from Oklahoma City Zoo Children’s Zoo Supervisor Doug Latham into the new Children’s Zoo Barn.
Brandon Bourassa, a Children’s Zoo keeper, carries Gotebo into the new Children’s Zoo Barn on goat moving day.
Staff Writer Carrie Coppernoll
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