With Drought Over, Dallas Zoo Helps Release Flamingo Chicks Back Into Wild in South Africa

After months of helping rehabilitate a group of lesser flamingo chicks abandoned in South Africa, the Dallas Zoo has released dozens of the birds back into the wild. For the last four months, the zoo has been helping lead an effort to care for more than 1,800 chicks that were left behind by adult flamingos that abandoned their nests because of severe drought at the Kamfers Dam. The drought has since ended, the zoo said.   Continue reading...

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