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Education Curator and Marketing Director

Binghamton Zoo at Ross Park

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Binghamton Zoo at Ross Park

60 Morgan Road

Binghamton, New York,13903

United States

Company Description

Binghamton Zoo at Ross Park sits tucked into the northern face of Binghamton's South Mountain. The zoo officially opened in 1875, and it is the fifth oldest zoological institution in the country behind such communities as Philadelphia, Chicago, Cincinnati, and... more

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Education Curator: Patricia Searles


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This is for people to come out and enjoy the zoo and the nice October weekends," said Patti Searles, Education Curator at the Binghamton Zoo.


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They came in on their specially created crates and went right into the backup area of the zoo exhibit," said Patricia Searles, Education Curator, Binghamton Zoo at Ross Park.
The two are five years old and sisters. Since arriving in Binghamton, they have been getting acclimated in the back-up area of their exhibit and staying close together. "We're offering them special treats, special incentives to try and convince them their newly-refurbished exhibit is the best thing to come out and explore it," said Searles. The zoo has been without tigers since the former pair, Misha and KJ, both died separately in 2011. "After Misha and KJ died, of course we were all heartbroken because they were great tigers. We took that time to complete re-furbish both sides of this exhibit. So not only are we eagerly anticipating the tigers being here but wanting them to go out on these exhibit furniture, new toys and everything," said Searles. Her paw comes out to check out the exhibit and she just scoots back in," said Searles. "Her sister, Koosaka, on the other hand, is the larger of the two but she just doesn't like exploring to much. She just hangs out," said Searles, " They love hanging out together. They are constantly cooing, rubbing against each other, and laying together." The entire area is shut down right now to keep out extra noise from disturbing the tigers as they get adjusted to their new surroundings and get up the nerve to explore their exhibit. At the zoo Tuesday, plenty of zoo-goers walked by the exhibit, patiently waiting to catch a peek at the newest residents. "As soon as they come out on the exhibit, we will announce it on our Facebook and our website so people can come and actually see them," said Searles.


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"We just thought it would be a great opportunity to take advantage of Olympic fever and it gives kids the opportunity to interact with the animals a little bit more" said Patti Searles, Education Curator at the Binghamton Zoo.


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"Well the big thing is every time we have volunteers that can come our and help us it's more programs we can offer to the public so the more volunteers we have the more free activities we have, and also it helps on things like clean up days," said Patricia Searles, the education curator at the Binghamton Zoo.


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