By Rachael Risby Raz - International Relations Manager
The new eggs.
After the Zoo was closed for another six weeks during Israel's third lockdown, we were excited that when we re-opened we could share with our visitors that the first three eggs of the season have already arrived at the National Center for Raptor Egg Incubation at the Zoo and are safely in the incubators.
Additionally, 'Noga', one of our Griffon Vultures in the Birds of Prey Aviary at the Zoo has hatched one egg, which currently remains in the nest in the exhibit.
We look forward to a successful season ahead of us with many fruitful hatchings!
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