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DeYoung's Family Zoo

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Month: June 2011 | Senator Joe Hune

www.senatorjoehune.com [cached]

Carrie Cramer, of the DeYoung Family Zoo in Wallace, Mich. and star of the Nat Geo Wild show My Life is a Zoo, traveled to the state Capitol to testify before the Senate panel in support of the measure.
"Enacting this bill will give parks more choice in what association they want to join," Cramer said. "Thanks to all of Carrie and Bud's hard work, visitors to the zoo can see a variety of wild animals in Michigan's beautiful Upper Peninsula. The DeYoung Family Zoo, run by Cramer and Bud DeYoung, is home to more than 400 animals, including exotic animals like tigers and a variety of monkeys, as well as other animals like cows, llamas and horses. Casperson, Carrie Cramer and Sen. Joe Hune, R-Hamburg Township, chair of the Senate Agriculture Committee; other members of the committee; Carrie Cramer of My Life is a Zoo and the DeYoung Family Zoo; and interested parties. BRIEF: Cramer of the DeYoung Family Zoo, located in Menominee, and My Life is a Zoo, a Nat Geo Wild show, will testify before the Senate panel in support of Senate Bill 210.


www.ironwoodinfo.com

Carrie Cramer, of the DeYoung Family Zoo in Wallace, Mich. and star of the Nat Geo Wild show My Life is a Zoo, traveled to the state Capitol to testify before the Senate panel in support of the measure.
"Enacting this bill will give parks more choice in what association they want to join," Cramer said. "Thanks to all of Carrie and Bud's hard work, visitors to the zoo can see a variety of wild animals in Michigan's beautiful Upper Peninsula. The DeYoung Family Zoo, run by Cramer and Bud DeYoung, is home to more than 400 animals, including exotic animals like tigers and a variety of monkeys, as well as other animals like cows, llamas and horses.


Photowire | Senator Joe Hune

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Joe Hune, R-Hamburg Township, welcome Carrie Cramer, of the DeYoung Family Zoo in Wallace, Mich. and star of the Nat Geo Wild show My Life is a Zoo, to the state Capitol.
Cramer traveled to Lansing to testify before the Senate Agriculture Committee in support of Senate Bill 210, which is designed to benefit Michigan zoos. The measure was approved by the Senate panel.


www.ironmountaindailynews.com

Leon then introduced Carrie Cramer, director of the DeYoung Family Zoo in Wallace, Mich.
Carrie gave an exceptional talk about the zoo and even brought along a spider monkey named Gracie, and a kinkajou named Pooh.


www.wluctv6.com

"There's a lot that's involved with taking care of the cubs," said Carrie Cramer, Director of the DeYoung Family Zoo."All tigers, no matter what subspecies it is, will be extinct by 2015," said Cramer.DeYoung and Cramer encourage an interactive approach to the rearing of the animals, feeling that it builds a better rapport between the adult animals and humans.


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