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Installing the Darwin’s Frog Breeding Center, Day 6

Still more plumbing!  It's easy to see why plumbers make good money--this is a lot of work!

Still more plumbing! It's easy to see why plumbers make good money--this is a lot of work!

Miles and miles of pipe and tubing!

Miles and miles of pipe and tubing!

Try to remember: the drains go in the lowest part of the floor!

Try to remember: the drains go in the lowest part of the floor!

Getting late.  Time to stop and tidy up a bit.

Getting late. Time to stop and tidy up a bit.

Can't even see what we've done.

Can't even see what we've done.

The zoo staff pitched in and helped us haul out all the trash.

The zoo staff pitched in and helped us haul out all the trash.

Our neighbors to the North, a pair of Green-winged Macaws (Ara chloroptera), were fascinated by all the activity.

Our neighbors to the North, a pair of Green-winged Macaws (Ara chloroptera), were fascinated by all the activity.

Bernardo (middle), who will sculpt a ginat Darwin's Frog for the exhibit, comes to see what is happening.

Bernardo (middle), who will sculpt a ginat Darwin's Frog for the exhibit, comes to see what is happening.

Everyone, it seems, has an eye on the new facility!

Everyone, it seems, has an eye on the new facility!

More to come; please visit us again!

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  1. Patricia Romano says on September 20 2009 at 09:09:

    It is exciting and encouraging to see amphibian conservation projects like these “come alive.” And it’s great to be able to see progress as it’s being made through photos. Keep up this wonderful, work! Generations to come will be grateful!

    Patti Romano

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