See this story and more in the April 2015 issue
Ever since author Frank L. Baum had Dorothy gasp “Lions and tigers, and bears, oh my!” on her journey along the yellow brick road, these iconic animals have become inseparably linked and anticipated favorites on a zoo visit.
As part of our mission to delight guests, we enjoy sharing both familiar animals like these as well as inspiring wonder and appreciation for the natural world by introducing families to unusual creatures that even today are largely unknown – including some almost as amazing as flying monkeys.
“It’s still an age of discovery,” explains Naples Zoo President and CEO Jack Mulvena. “Not only are scientists still finding new species, but also revealing the secret lives of animals that science has known about for centuries.” While many of these are documented in scientific journals, they often do not reach the general public…
Read the April edition by clicking on the cover photo below
- Lions, Tigers and Bear – Oh, My
- Extraordinary Golf
- Life in the Facet Lane
- Stand With Israel?
- State of the City – Freedom
- Ask The Artpert – Seeing Art In Person
- Bayshore Revival
- Publisher’s Message
- Live Music Opportunities
- Plus a whole lot more…
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Included is Artis-Naples, Naples Players, the Zoo, von Liebig Center for the Arts, Cambier Park, C’mon, Palm Cottage and much more.
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