I just visited the the Zoo for the first time since the mid 90's. I was very pleased to see the progress that has been made on this great little Zoo. The fact that its the 3rd oldest Zoo in the nation warrants that it be saved, nurtured, and re-energized. The renovations to the old animal/amphibian house are great. We had better access to Tigers and Lions here than we have had at the National Zoo in DC. The new Rain forest area rivals the Baltimore Aquarium. And, the Gorilla house, with Sidney and her new baby was also unprecedented. The New York State Farm tour and barn exhibit get excellent points for their history and preservation . I took a few Middle school field trips to the ZOO back in the late 60's, and I have fond memories of the Zoo. I was glad tobe able to share them with my family this weekend. I applaud the Buffalo Zoo for its progress, accessiblity, and family friendly atmosphere. Stay the course. Its worth the visit.
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