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Programs and Exhibits Curator

Phone: (254) ***-****  HQ Phone
Cameron Park Zoo
1701 N. 4Th St.
Waco, Texas 76707
United States

Company Description: Cameron Park Zoo - Waco, Texas. Cameron Park Zoological and Botanical Society.
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Cameron Park Zoo | Zoo News
www.cameronparkzoo.com, 15 Jan 2014 [cached]
Cameron Park Zoo Programs & Exhibits Curator, Terri Cox, was interviewed today by Tomo Machi, Director of Fuji TV Station and his interpreter, Keiko Tamura.
Cameron Park Zoo Curator of Programs ...
www.kwkt.com, 14 June 2013 [cached]
Cameron Park Zoo Curator of Programs and Exhibits, Terri Cox, once received a call from the Earl Harrison House Manager asking if the zoo could keep Sam Jack inside on evenings that they were hosting an event since his roaring could be heard so loudly in their gardens.
"There could be a baby orangutan ...
www.wacotrib.com, 24 Dec 2012 [cached]
"There could be a baby orangutan at the zoo in 2013, which we're all excited about," said Terri Cox, curator of programs and exhibits at the zoo.
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Cox said Mei also likes sticking to a routine and can get frustrated with changes, so the sessions will help her prepare for frequent medical checkups during the pregnancy and birthing process.
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"It'll probably take more than one session for her to get used to it," Cox said. "She might decide to take it apart first to figure out what's inside it and then try to put it back together."
Visitors can purchase a zoo-approved plush orangutan from the gift shop for $10 and donate it to Mei for her parenting practice.
Cox said KJ also will get some parenting training with the stuffed animals.
She noted that he fathered two children at a Florida zoo where he used to reside and already demonstrated his good paternal skills.
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"None of us like having that rubbed on us, so you can imagine how uncomfortable it is for her with hair all over her belly," Cox said.
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Cox said she doesn't know whether Mei will have any of the first-time mom jitters common for most women, but the zoo staff intends to be supportive of her needs throughout the pregnancy.
The zoo hosted an international orangutan husbandry conference in 2011 on pregnancy and newborn care, so staffers plan to utilize information shared in that event.
"In some ways, we don't really know what to expect because this would be Mei's first baby and the first time any of us (on staff) have dealt with a Great Ape birth," Cox said.
Terri Cox, curator for ...
www.wacotrib.com, 20 Oct 2011 [cached]
Terri Cox, curator for programs and exhibits at the Cameron Park Zoo, said an animal escape never has happened at the zoo before, and there's a slim possibility of one occurring at the facility.
"What happened there is so different from what could ever happen here," Cox said.
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Cox pointed out that the zoo has a "two keeper" rule for the dangerous animal areas, so no one person would be alone in the cages.
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Cox said a third team would locate the animal and work to capture it and return it to its enclosure. That team has equipment like darts, nets and sedatives that are locked in safes on two separate ends of the zoo.
The zoo also has a team of staffers who have firearm certifications and have trained with Waco police. But Cox stressed that shooting an animal with bullets would be the last resort if all efforts to contain it failed.
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Cox said given the circumstances of the Ohio situation - that the animals were loose at night and that the deputies had no idea how large the animals were or the best dose of sedatives to use - she understands their decision to shoot to kill.
"Unfortunately, it doesn't sound like they had a lot of recourse," Cox said.
Since last year, the numbers have ...
www.wacotrib.com, 17 Feb 2013 [cached]
Since last year, the numbers have grown to between 75 and 100 vultures, leading officials recently to apply for permits from U.S. Fish and Wildlife to begin removing some of the birds, said Terri Cox, the zoo's curator for programs and exhibits.
Despite initial concerns about safety issues, random samples of the birds' waste have not yet yielded any harmful parasites, she said.
But the birds are upsetting to guests, and they also have proven destructive, damaging roofs of the Brazos River Country exhibit and the sun shade of the lions' exhibit, Cox said.
In the past, zoo officials have tried installing a grid of hot wire, which gives off a low-voltage shock, on the roof of the Brazos River Country exhibit, as well as installing a large balloon to discourage the birds from roosting, Cox said.
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If the permits are approved, they also will decided how many birds can be removed, and whether they are relocated or euthanized humanely, Cox said.
"It will be nothing that will make an environmental impact," she said.
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