A Wild Place in Our Midst

Country Life
Photo by Marsden Epworth A white-naped crane watches for wildlife in a pond in the Trevor Zoo.

Should you want to see a red panda scooting about its open air shelter in a thicket of bamboo, or maybe a white-naped crane bossing a bunch of ducks around, check out www.millbrook.org/trevorzoolive, any time, day or night. Well, not exactly any time of day or night. Red pandas (also known, ignominiously, I’d say, as the lesser panda) are crepuscular creatures, zoo director Alan Tousignant tells me.They are liveliest at the edges of the day, early or late. 

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