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Mike McClure

General Curator and Elephant Manager

The Maryland Zoo

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The Maryland Zoo

1876 Mansion House Drive

Baltimore, Maryland 21217

United States

Company Description

Founded in 1876, The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore is the third oldest zoo in the United States and is internationally known for its contributions in conservation and research. More than 1,500 animals are represented in the Zoo's varied natural habitat exhibi ... more

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In the final hour of the ...

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In the final hour of the show C4 talked about the death of a Silver Back Gorilla at the Cincinnati Zoo after a four year old climbed into the exhibit. during the start of the discussion C4 was joined by the Maryland Zoo's Mike McClure to talk about the procedures and plans zoos make in situations of animal and human interaction.


A BRIEF HISTORY | Hudson was ...

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A BRIEF HISTORY | Hudson was orphaned as an infant and found in June 2015 walking alone in Eugene, Oregon, which runs along the Middle Fork Willamette River, according to Mike McClure, the Maryland Zoo's general curator. The otter received treatment and care at the Chintimini Wildlife Center before being moved to the Oregon Zoo when he was about three months old or just shy of. He was hand-reared before being introduced to other otters. In March, Hudson moved across the country, joining the Maryland Zoo and undergoing a 30-day quarantine period.

And then, that's when Hudson met Piper, the young female otter who arrived earlier this year.
"Piper enjoys chasing Hudson and they are really interesting to watch together," says McClure. "They are both exploring every aspect of the stream habitat and seem to especially like popping out of the hollow tree trunk near the first viewing window to surprise guests."
The Zoo staff says Hudson has a broader face with browner coloring on his chin while Piper has a thinner, sleeker face with gray coloring around the chin.
"Piper also tends to be more active and a bit hyper, while Hudson is more relaxed in temperament," says McClure. "But," he adds, "all otters get excited if the mood hits them."


In the final hour of the ...

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In the final hour of the show C4 talked about the death of a Silver Back Gorilla at the Cincinnati Zoo after a four year old climbed into the exhibit. during the start of the discussion C4 was joined by the Maryland Zoo's Mike McClure to talk about the procedures and plans zoos make in situations of animal and human interaction.


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Let us take you on a muy bien trip.  Where?  South of the U.S. border where the effort to expand care for zoo animals, especially elephants, is growing.  The Zoo's General Curator and resident elephant expert, Mike McClure, recently travelled to Mexico where he was invited to speak at a conference of Latin American Zoo professionals.  Mike currently teaches a class in Principles of Elephant Management for elephant keepers who are part of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA).  It's his knowledge of these complex creatures and his experience working so closely with them that led to an opportunity to teach what he's learned about elephant management.  His travels also included lots of learning.  In this edition of Off Exhibit, find out what he discovered on his trip to Zoo de Leon and how the effort to care for elephants and protect their species is becoming more global than ever.

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EPISODE #13 - GROWING ELEPHANT KNOWLEDGE en ESPANOL Let us take you on a muy bien trip.  Where?  South of the U.S. border where the effort to expand care for zoo animals, especially elephants, is growing.  The Zoo's General Curator and resident elephant expert, Mike McClure, recently travelled to Mexico where he was invited to speak at a conference of Latin American Zoo professionals.  Mike currently teaches a class in Principles of Elephant Management for elephant keepers who are part of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA).  It's his knowledge of these complex creatures and his experience working so closely with them that led to an opportunity to teach what he's learned about elephant management.  His travels also included lots of learning.  In this edition of Off Exhibit, find out what he discovered on his trip to Zoo de Leon and how the effort to care for elephants and protect their species is becoming more global than ever. Â
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Elephant expert and Maryland Zoo General Curator Mike McClure shares what makes elephants so unique and why working with ... Continued
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Elephant expert and Maryland Zoo General Curator Mike McClure shares what makes elephants so unique and why working with them is so rewarding.
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Elephant expert and Maryland Zoo General Curator Mike McClure shares what makes elephants so unique and why working with them is so rewarding.


"Lex and Lois came to the ...

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"Lex and Lois came to the Zoo in December with the hope that they would breed," stated Mike McClure, general curator for The Maryland Zoo. "It became apparent a few weeks ago that breeding had been successful, and we have been preparing the barn for this new arrival. Sunday morning keepers found the kid newly born and resting with her mother."

Lana weighs 3 pounds, and began to walk approximately one hour after birth.  "A first time mother, Lois is properly caring for her offspring and we have seen the kid actively nursing," continued McClure.
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"We have been hoping that this pair would breed successfully, however they are secretive breeders and we were not certain she was pregnant," stated Mike McClure, general curator.

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