What’s New At The Zoo Is Bringing Crowds
If you haven't visited the Buffalo Zoo lately, it's time, and you won't be the only ones there.
OMG Dinosaurs roared into town and are delighting visitors of all ages. There's not just one, but 11 of them and they move, make noise, and one squirts water.
"The community is having a ball with them. It's so much fun to come see them," said Christian Dobosiewicz, communications manager for the Buffalo Zoo. "They're great photo ops. They're great ways to learn about dinosaurs."
My daughter and son-in-law took my grandsons to the Zoo on Friday and raved about it. Not scary at all, the kids loved it, and it should be noted they are 3 and almost 5 years of age.
For a mere $3, guests can feed some of the more than 300 birds that are calling the Buffalo Zoo home this summer.
Two new Sand Cats made their public debut last week.
"They are pretty adorable, but they are not like your regular cats at home. They might look cute and look like kittens, but they are fierce little animals. And we'd like you to come and see them, come out visit the zoo and see everything else while you're here," Dobosiewicz said.
Buffalo Zoo gates are open from 10 AM until 4 PM every day this summer.