Herons have been nesting in the trees above the zoo for the past eight years.
This project started in 2014 by Millbrook student John Norfleet.
Watch wild Great Blue Herons living 90 feet above the Trevor Zoo!
Watch them nesting above our Wallaby and Emu enclosure.
Watch this short film about it.03/23/16 - Bonnie & Clyde building North Nest03/19/16 - Frank & Janet observed mating03/18/16 - South Nest couple named Frank & Janet03/17/16 - Heron couple building South Nest03/04/16 - Herons seen on pond and in nest sites.
It’s a one of a kind living-laboratory that provides incredible responsiblity and rewards students with a learning experience unlike any other. Please support the Trevor Zoo and help us keep this video free of advertisements.
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