Delaware -(Ammoland.com)- The Brandywine Zoo has broken ground, to mark the beginning of construction of new improvements around the bald eagle and river otter exhibits, an area called “Eagle Ridge.”
The Eagle Ridge improvement plan will create a fully accessible path through the hilly, multi-story area at the back of the zoo, that will connect visitors to the bridge that overlooks the otter and eagle exhibits.
“Eagle Ridge will be a great addition to the Brandywine Zoo,” said zoo director Gene Peacock. “It will offer our visitors better views of our eagle and otter exhibits, while at the same time, provide better access to that area for all zoo visitors.”
“This important project is one of many continuous improvements being made at the Brandywine Zoo,” said Michael T. Allen, executive director of the Delaware Zoological Society, the non-profit volunteer organization which supports the zoo’s mission. “Architect, Bob Grove, the board treasurer of the Delaware Zoological Society, designed an attractive, accessible viewing platform and gently sloping walkway for Eagle Ridge. Bob donated his design services to DNREC’s Division …Read the Rest