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  • UC Davis team effort helps keep Sacramento Zoo flamingos' health in the pink

    The annual roundup of flamingos at the Sacramento Zoo on Thursday, March 16, 2017, allowed a team of UC Davis veterinarians, technicians and veterinary students to examine and treat the big birds, perhaps the best-known residents of the zoo. They flapped and squawked but ultimately took their medicine.

UC Davis team effort helps keep Sacramento Zoo flamingos' health in the pink

The annual roundup of flamingos at the Sacramento Zoo on Thursday, March 16, 2017, allowed a team of UC Davis veterinarians, technicians and veterinary students to examine and treat the big birds, perhaps the best-known residents of the zoo. They flapped and squawked but ultimately took their medicine.
Randall Benton The Sacramento Bee