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  • Annual flamingo roundup helps confirm health of Sacramento Zoo favorites

    Squawking, squirming and showing general discontent before calming under the well-trained touch of UC Davis veterinarians, technicians and veterinary students, flamingos at the Sacramento Zoo received checkups and care during the morning hours of Thursday, March 16, 2017. The annual checkup - from beak to webbed feet at the end of those very long legs - is meant to confirm the general health of the lanky Sacramento favorites.

Annual flamingo roundup helps confirm health of Sacramento Zoo favorites

Squawking, squirming and showing general discontent before calming under the well-trained touch of UC Davis veterinarians, technicians and veterinary students, flamingos at the Sacramento Zoo received checkups and care during the morning hours of Thursday, March 16, 2017. The annual checkup - from beak to webbed feet at the end of those very long legs - is meant to confirm the general health of the lanky Sacramento favorites.
Jessica Hice The Sacramento Bee