Zoo New York hosting ribbon cutting for new barn owl habitat

WATERTOWN, NY  — Zoo New York will be hosting a ribbon cutting outside of the
new Barn Owl Habitat to showcase and highlight the new habitat, as well as, bring light to our 17-year-old barn owl which is the oldest in captivity to date, according to Cornell Cooperative’s records.

The ribbon cutting ceremony will be held on Saturday, July 11, at 10:30 a.m. Join Executive Director, Larry Sorel and other local officials for the ceremony held at the Farm on Zoo grounds.

The new habitat for our barn owl was generously supported by the Development Authority of the North Country. The Zoo would like to take this time to thank the team at DANC for their continued support and investment into the Zoo.

For information about the Zoo New York, visit www.nyzoo.org or call (315) 782-6180.