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"san diego zoo" Discussed on BrainStuff

BrainStuff

07:40 min | 4 months ago

"san diego zoo" Discussed on BrainStuff

"To go away as well. What caused the alad to disappear from the Hawaiian Islands? That's something I was curious about when I first went over there to see our conservation center and see what was going on. And unfortunately, it's sort of the perfect combination of several things. And I hate to use the word perfect because I usually mean something good. But in this case, it was just several things kind of lined up that caused the collapse of the population. So it was a combination of the lost the native habitat. A lot of areas were cleared for logging and for just honestly for human use for pastures and for farming. And then you couple that with invasive species being introduced to the region, so rats were never there before. Domestic cats, which also then roamed the area. And then here's an interesting one they brought in some mongoose to try and control other populations of what they considered pest animals. But the mongoose ended up also being a problem for many, many bird species 'cause the mangos love their eggs. So when all of this kind of gets added together, it just kind of became that perfect storm for the collapse of the population. So Rick, what would you say to someone questioning the ongoing conservation efforts, people who believe that natural selection should determine if a species continues natural selection being the process that a species or organism that's better adapted to in their environment is therefore more likely to survive and pass on their genes. Yeah, and I'm glad you brought this up ebony because this is something that we do get questioned on when it comes to a lot of our conservation efforts. And so I think if natural selection was the cause of the population decline, then yes, that is something we should discuss and really look at. But as we mentioned, in the case of the ala law, as with many species, the problems they face are human made. And so we really have to pay attention to what we're doing and what we can do to fix what has been broken. And the good news is, because this is a human made problem, well, the solutions kind of rest on our shoulders. We can figure this out. And we can create these solutions as well. So what all is being done to restore the alala population. Well, quite a bit. Like I said, I had the opportunity to go over there a few years back and it's really impressive. But to give sort of a backstory since 1996, the San Diego do wildlife alliance has been breeding these critically endangered ala at the bird conservation center in Hawaii, and our team monitors breeding activity using remote cameras. We remove eggs from nests so we can artificially incubate them and hand rearing the nestlings. And this is important. Some people are like, well, wait, why are you removing eggs from the nest? See, artificial incubation in hand rearing often results in a greater hatching and fledgling success. Meaning we have a greater success than seeing these little eggs and chicks become adults. And this is partially because some females don't incubate their eggs or feed their nestlings properly, the first time a lot of first time moms in the wild just don't take to parenting very well. And so you lose that opportunity of that generation. Oh, and the other thing, removal of eggs for artificial incubation is really important too, because many times this will trigger the female bird to lay a second clutch, meaning a second set of eggs. So in one breeding season, potential you can double the amount of eggs that are laid by doing this process. So it's actually very important. And of course, all of this work is pretty intense, you know, they do a lot to really manage the results that we're getting to increase that population and now, since this started, I think there was roughly if I remember correctly about 20 birds in the late 1990s to today we're about a 110 or so, which is really impressive. And we'll talk more about the San Diego zoo wildlife alliance led efforts to reintroduce the ala to the Hawaiian Islands right after this. Now it's time for the San Diego zoo minute, an opportunity for you to learn what's new at the zoo. The San Diego zoo has one of the largest colonies of Galapagos tortoises in the world. We've had these giants in our cars since 1928, and one of the tortoises, grandma, just celebrated her 100th and 37th birthday. And hey, did you know that all tortoises lack teeth? So when grandma ate watermelon on her birthday to celebrate, she used the bony outer edges of her mouth to bite it off and mash it. Today we're learning about the ala la also known as the Hawaiian pro. Unfortunately, they've been listed on IUCN's red list as extinct in the wild since 2002. San Diego zo wildlife alliance is working with partners, including U.S. fish and wildlife service, National Park Service, and the Hawaii department of land and natural resources, division of forestry and wildlife. To reestablish the ala la population in their native habitats. Let's welcome San Diego zoo wildlife alliance president and chief executive officer, Paul baraba. Hi, Paul. Hello, have a great to see again. So Paul, how did we get here? Why did the alala disappear from the Hawaiian Islands? Well, it's really a fascinating story. If you look over the years, non native cats, dogs, rats, and mongooses have been introduced to the Hawaiian Islands, and like many native birds, the Allah did successfully adapt to avoid these invasive species. Additionally, some of these species such as cats actually introduced new diseases, and these threats only intensified as a forest habitats grew more fragmented, or were destroyed due to various factors. So, can you talk more about what's being done now? What's the work going into saving these Hawaiian gross? Well, since 1996, we have bred the critically endangered Allah at the kehoe and Maui bird conservation centers. And the importance of the work has intensified as the number of Allah in the wild continued to plummet. So tell us more details about the work that goes into saving the Lala. Well, there's a lot that goes into it ebony. Our approach starts with monitoring the analog breeding activity using remote cameras. This is in preparation for releasing birds that will one day reproduce in the wild. We are encouraging parent birds to raise their chicks completely on their own, so they can be more successful, independent parents in the future. So how is it going overall what's been the outcome of the program? Well, our efforts have increased the population from fewer than 20 birds in the late 1990s to over a 110 birds today. And we've proven we can successfully recover birds in our past. If we look at the success we've had with the California condor. So that's amazing to go from 20 to more than 100 birds today. What are the next steps? Well, all successful conservation work requires partnerships. And that is certainly no different here. We are collaborating, as you mentioned earlier with the division of forestry and wildlife with the Hawaii department of land and natural resources to release the allot back into their native habitats. But our challenge continues to be providing the Allah with the skills they need to thrive and breed successfully after reintroduction. This work includes gathering data to improve the crow survival rates after release. So the birds almost need to be taught how to survive in nature. Can you describe some of the necessary skills? Absolutely. We've learned the releasing juvenile birds in social groups and providing them with supplemental food results in higher survival rates for the first year after release. We are also working.

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"san diego zoo" Discussed on BrainStuff

BrainStuff

01:47 min | 4 months ago

"san diego zoo" Discussed on BrainStuff

"Many people probably have never seen an ala. Does it have a special look or a sound? For the most part, the alala, also known as you said, the Hawaiian crow looks a little bit larger than the crows we have here on the mainland, but also maybe a little bit smaller than the ravens we have. So kind of in between. And interestingly enough, they do have a slightly different dialect between their calls, sound different. It was really fascinating when I got to go to Hawaii and see our bird conservation site. And here that they have sort of this, I don't know, the cause and the screeches, if you will, they just sound a little bit different, and it was notable enough even to me. I'm not an official birder, but I could tell that sounded just a little bit different. So why is a crow like the ala law so important? Well, there was a time when the alas were one of the largest native bird populations in Hawaii. So when you think about the large population, they obviously fill an important role in the ecosystem. And we have learned in the absence of them being in the wild, they're sort of this cascading effect in the environment. Most notably, I think we could say because they are seed dispersers of native plants, so they'll eat the fruits and the seeds will pass through. This is a really important part for making sure that the rest of the ecosystem flourishes. And, of course, all the other animals that rely on it too. Now, not only do the plants rely on the law for seed dispersal, but also some of them for seed germination. So essentially, the way the plant structures, the outer coating of the seed, it's too hard and too tough for water to penetrate unless it goes through an animal's digestive system first. We see this in other plants as well. So the absence of the not only prevents seed dispersal, but also then prevents the seeds from being able to germinate. So without the ala, some plants start.

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Unvaccinated Snow Leopard at San Diego Zoo Catches Covid-19

Red Eye Radio

00:13 sec | 10 months ago

Unvaccinated Snow Leopard at San Diego Zoo Catches Covid-19

"Diego Zoo is contracted Covid 19. Zookeepers noticed the nine year old Rammell had a cough and runny nose on Thursday and tested positive. Have been giving its animals vaccine shots, but Rommel hadn't been inoculated yet. I'm Derek Dennis

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Unvaccinated Snow Leopard at San Diego Zoo Catches COVID-19

Kim Komando

00:19 sec | 10 months ago

Unvaccinated Snow Leopard at San Diego Zoo Catches COVID-19

"A snow leopard at the San Diego Zoo is contracted Covid 19, the Zeus as caretakers noticed that Ramel, a nine year old male snow leopard had a coffin runny nose on Thursday. Two separate tests confirming the presence of the coronavirus. It's unclear how the snow leopard was

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Oakland Zoo Starts Vaccinating Animals Against COVID

Mental Health America: Morning Addition

00:36 sec | 11 months ago

Oakland Zoo Starts Vaccinating Animals Against COVID

"Francisco Bay Area Zoo is inoculating. It's big cats, bears and ferrets against the coronavirus. The vaccinations are part of a national effort to protect animal species. The Oakland Zoo is using an experimental vaccine developed and donated by a New Jersey company. None of the animals at the zoo have gotten the virus. Zoo staff have used barriers and enhanced protective gear to protect the animals. Correspondent Andrew Stewart the San Diego Zoo started inoculating primates with the Zulus vaccine back in January after Covid 19 break out amongst a troop of the big civilians.

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"san diego zoo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"san diego zoo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Heart Radio station. Good morning. It is 7 40. This is San Diego Zoo. Morning news on this. Friday Why there's so much misinformation. Oh, I apologize. Why? There is a huge need for cybersecurity workers right now. That's coming up Live Right now, let's get to your roads with Kevin Dean. So this problem on the North and 15 is a sig alert that has the left two lanes closed down was the wrong way Driver earlier this morning, southbound northbound lanes and cause some serious injuries and and traffic really crawling now from the 76 nor pound 15 Para Mesa all the way up towards Fallbrook admission row with two lanes are blocked. The trouble, though, is on the south Outside of the 15. It's maddening because the crashes on the other side of the freeway, but everybody slowing down to take a look at that accident and the investigation has traffic backed up all the way to the 15 to 15 flip. Into macula, in fact, that to 15 very heavy before you even get onto the southbound 15. It's an hour commute coming in from Jamaica down past an accident scene in into Escondido. What's been going on since about five o'clock this morning. This report sponsored by accident lawyer dot com accident lawyer Com With over 150 Million collected in 25, plus years experience I accident lawyer knows how to get you Paid Co goes next real time traffic up in just 10 minutes away. Patchy low clouds this morning and then sunny skies for the rest of the day. That should be the pattern this weekend. Excessive heat warning expires at nine tonight for the.

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San Diego man arrested for taking 2-year-old inside elephant exhibit at zoo

The Armstrong & Getty Show

01:44 min | 1 year ago

San Diego man arrested for taking 2-year-old inside elephant exhibit at zoo

"I've seen the news footage. Miami went unhinged. A father has been arrested on suspicion of child endangerment after he carried his two year old daughter into the elephant habitat at the San Diego Zoo to take a photograph of the animals. Good Lord Dad thought it would be cool to take his two year old little girl. Into the elephant habitat for a cool social media picture. Wow, the man bypassed multiple barriers and common sense and purposely and illegally trespassed into the that that's That's not the problem to me that he Broke some law. Into the habitat for Asian and African elements of Fuck. You gotta bring the gotta bring that into it. Whether they're agent elephants or not, makes no difference. Wow, I'm glad there are no white supremacist elephants. In there. There was a safe space Jack for the Asian and African elephants. The witness who provided video and you'll hear the sound again here in a little bit. Shows a man dropping the child as they flee the enclosure as a trumpeting elephant charged at them. The man picked up the toddler was able to get her out safely. Thank God I don't care if he gets trampled, of course, then the little girl's father this but Police said the 25 year old man wanted to take a photo with the American bull elephant. Ah, being held $100,000 bail. What do you do with somebody? That makes a decision like that? Well, this is a difficult moral ground for me if he had been childless, I always root for the animal in this scenario of the gorilla to tear him limb from limb the tiger to eat him the elephant to stomp him into the ground just because I don't want his genes in the gene pool. On the other hand, he has reproduced beautiful little girl dated, Jim. I don't know. You know, I want the little girl to be okay. Obviously,

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San Diego man arrested for taking 2-year-old inside elephant exhibit at zoo

KOA Programming

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

San Diego man arrested for taking 2-year-old inside elephant exhibit at zoo

"Father faces charges for allegedly carrying his daughter into an elephant enclosure at a southern California zoo. A man was seen taking his two year old child under an electrified fence into the elephant exhibit at the San Diego Zoo. This witness says he hollered at the guy. Dude, What are you doing? Get out of there! Get the baby out. One of the animals became agitated and charged. The man fled but dropped his daughter on the way out. He's unaware of what's going on and barely got out of there with his life and with his child's life could have ended tragically, with the elephants so close it was about maybe a foot from making contact with the gentleman and his friend. His baby's father could face child endangerment and trespassing charges.

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Man arrested after taking daughter into San Diego Zoo elephant habitat

Under The Hood Show

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Man arrested after taking daughter into San Diego Zoo elephant habitat

"Took his two year old daughter inside an elephant exhibit at the San Diego Zoo. Witnesses say at least one elephants charged the pair. We told to get out, he turned round. He saw it, Nathalie just in time He runs throws his baby through the gate, and it's Seconds from just hitting him. He jumps to the gate falls the babies on the ground. That's when it roaring. The poor baby saw the baby starts crying. We're all like, Yeah. People were just mad at this guy. The man was arrested on suspicion of child endangerment and for entering an animal enclosure. I'm joke here, Fox.

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Zoos, scientists aim to curb people giving virus to animals

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Zoos, scientists aim to curb people giving virus to animals

"Around the world scientists in veterinarians air racing to protect animals from Corona virus, often using the same playbook for minimizing disease spread among people that includes social distancing health checks in a vaccine for some of the animals. 28 year old Aranda 10 at San Diego Zoo became the world's first eight to get a covert 19 vaccine that was January. 26. Conservationists are concerned the virus could spread among wild great apes, but they aren't currently planning a vaccination campaign. Instead, they're going to extreme measures to ensure that human trackers and researchers visiting or not

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Great Apes at San Diego Zoo Receive COVID-19 Vaccine

The Armstrong & Getty Show

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Great Apes at San Diego Zoo Receive COVID-19 Vaccine

"A group of Great Eights in San Diego have made history as the first animals to receive the covert 19 vaccines in the U. S. According to a wildlife health officer. The decision to administer the vaccines came after eight gorillas at the San Diego Zoo became the first great apes in the world to contract

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Zoo vaccinates great apes against COVID-19

The DeMaio Report with Carl DeMaio and Lou Penrose

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Zoo vaccinates great apes against COVID-19

"The San Diego Zoo is protecting its great apes in the Corona virus, ate gorilla's got the virus back in January and recovered that they don't want to see any other animals test positive. So far for a Rainha tangs and five Binnebose have been given an experimental vaccine initially made for pets. Zoo plans to vaccinate more apes if they get more

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San Diego ape recovers from COVID-19 after antibody therapy

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

San Diego ape recovers from COVID-19 after antibody therapy

"San Diego Zoo Safari Park, who came down with the coronavirus are now recovering Winston, the park's silverback gorilla was exhibiting a cough and lethargy, prompting caretakers to perform. A diagnostic examination of the zoo has been given doses of the experimental monoclonal antibody therapy not intended for human use to treat the guerrillas. Officials believe that despite strict safety precautions, the truth became in. Affected by an asymptomatic staff member. The zoo believes that this is the first instance of coronavirus being transmitted from humans to apes. Three gorillas tested positive on January 11th. But the zoo says the entire eight member troupe is eating, drinking, interacting and on a way to full recovery. U C. Davis.

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2 Gorillas At San Diego Zoo Safari Park Test Positive For COVID-19, Third Symptomatic

Armstrong & Getty

00:10 sec | 1 year ago

2 Gorillas At San Diego Zoo Safari Park Test Positive For COVID-19, Third Symptomatic

"To captive gorillas of the san diego zoo have tested positive for covid nineteen after falling ill. California governor gavin newsom says a third girl appears to be

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"san diego zoo" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"san diego zoo" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"At the San Diego Zoo have tested positive for covert 19 after falling ill. California Governor Gavin Newsom says a third grill appears to be symptomatic. The governor is informing us as to the guerrillas, Mucus. Isn't that'll Can that be handled little lower level? So the San Diego Zoo gorillas get David, could I get Could I get it from them? If I got close enough to a girl, I suppose so forth between people and animals. I don't know. I have no idea, zoologist. Well, they've nor an epidemiologist Dave. They've closed the zoo in the Safari Park, which seems loony tunes to May. Come on people. It's not like you can ride the gorillas or kissing on the mouth or anything like that. There's no reason to close the park's open him up again. See, this is the sort of paranoid idiocy that makes people cynical. Come on. Anyway, so Yeah, they go real has got David. I don't know if that's a sign of some new leaping back and forth across the species nightmare, or it's just slightly amusing T picture gorillas wiping their noses. But it is what it is. You know Powell's books in Portland. Awesome place ever been there? You wouldn't forget it. It's it's most of a city block. If you've never been, man, If you're ever in Portland and you, you got to make that one. Your highlights. I mean, it's one of the biggest tour stops in general. If you google anything about What to do in Portland. It'll include Powell's books, but it is awesome. You have to fight your way past the junkies and antifa and the rest of it these days, But it is an awesome bookstore. They be too right across the street. Uh, Powell's books said money would not place unmasked by Andy No on store shelves. The announcement follows calls online for the store to be picketed. But what does it say? What's his book about? I mean, we know what we've had, Andy no wanna follow his Twitter feed on a regular basis. But what's his book specifically about the subtitle? Jack? I think we'll inform you unmasked inside Antifreeze Radical plan to destroy democracy, Okay? Yeah, So it's an anti antifa book. They said. I think the very sort of book that ought to be on a shelf. All right. Exactly. So they said, No, we won't have it on the shelves capitulating to online threats and the radical left in Portland, which essentially said maybe not explicitly, But we will ruin you will put you out of business. We will burn your place down. So they said, Well, it's not gonna be on the shelves, but we will sell it online. But of course Well, they put out a statement. They said. We carry lots of books we find abhorrent as well as those that we treasure. We believe it is the work of book selling to do so which is absolutely correct. And I admire them for for stating that But now, of course, because that sort of sensible, free speech free market of ideas attitude is despised by the radical left. Users are saying they're propagating racism and right wing ideology. Fascist gravy train Book for Nazi collaborating Portland ER We're going to shut you down for having it online. So we'll see if Powell's capitulates to that, they said. They're monitoring the situation that's horrible. They were forced to close early as a safety precaution. And may stay closed for a while, so they've been cowed. And sooner or later, they will be counting the naughty even having the book online, although I don't know they might stand up. I'd say you know what? I think it might be an underrated moment to see what they do is they're saving Portland soul for the next decade, or is it gone? Is it so diseased? It can't be saved. We shall we shall see. I suppose so. The word is out from the U. S government get out the vaccine to anybody over the age of 65. Now it's just a suggestion. The states get to make their own rules, but the idea's toe Leaped past all this different people in different groups. Nonsense that clearly has not been working. I mean, it's couldn't have been more of a disaster. Really, So just open up the floodgates. Anybody over 65 get the vaccine get in line. I hope that's what's gonna happen all over the country. Right, Plus looking back a few years, prominent Democratic lawmaker got clemency for someone who bombed the Capitol. That seems ironic, given last week's event will.

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"san diego zoo" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"san diego zoo" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Tested positive for covert 19 after falling ill. California Governor Gavin Newsom says a third gorilla appears to be symptomatic. The governor is informing us as to the guerrillas, Mucus. Isn't that'll Can that be handled little lower level? So the San Diego Zoo gorillas get David, could I get Could I get it from them? If I got close enough to a girl, I suppose so forth between people and animals. I don't know. I have no idea, zoologist. Well, they've Noron epidemiologist. They've They've closed the zoo in the Safari Park, which seems loony tunes to may come on people. It's not like you can ride the gorillas or kissing on the mouth or anything like that. There's no reason to close the parts. Open him up again. See, this is the sort of paranoid idiocy that makes people cynical. Come on. Anyway, so Yeah, they go. Real has got the bid. I don't know if that's a sign of some new leaping back and forth across the species nightmare, or it's just slightly amusing T picture gorillas wiping their noses. But it is what it is. Do you know Powell's books in Portland? If you place ever been there, you wouldn't forget it. It's it's most of a city block. Yeah, if you've never been, man, if you're ever in Portland and you, you gotta make that one. Your highlights. I mean, it's one of the biggest tour stops in general. If you google anything about What to do in Portland. It'll include Powell's books, but it is awesome. You have to fight your way past the junkies and antifa and the rest of it these days, But it is an awesome bookstore. You know that right across the street kick. Uh, Powell's books said money it would not place unmasked by Andy no on store shelves. The announcement follows calls online for the store to be picketed. But what does it say? What's his book about? I mean, we know what we've had, Andy no wanna follow his Twitter feed on a regular basis. But what's his book specifically about you? Subtitle Jack, I think we'll inform you unmasked inside antifreeze Radical plan to destroy democracy, Okay? Yeah, So it's an anti antifa book. They said. I think the very sort of book that ought to be on a shelf. All right. Exactly. So they said, No, we won't have it on the shelves capitulating to online threats and the radical left in Portland, which essentially said maybe not explicitly, But we will ruin you will put you out of business. We will burn your place down. So they said, Well, it's not gonna be on the shelves, but we will sell it online. But of course Well, they put out a statement. They said. We carry lots of books we find abhorrent as well as those that we treasure. We believe it is the work of book selling to do so which is absolutely correct. And I admire them for for stating that But now, of course, because that sort of sensible, free speech free market of ideas attitude is despised by the radical left users Air saying they're propagating racism and right wing ideology. Fascist gravy train Book for Nazi collaborating Portland ER, We're going to shut you down for having it online, So we'll see if pals capitulates to that. They said there. Monitoring the situation. That's horrible. They were forced to close early as a safety precaution and may stay closed for a while, so they've been cowed. And sooner or later, they will be counting the naughty, even having the book online. Although I don't know they might stand up. I'd say you know what? I think it might be an underrated moment to see what they do is they're saving Portland soul for the next decade, or is it gone? Is it so disease that can't be saved? We shall we shall see. I suppose so. The word is out from the U. S government get out the vaccine to anybody over the age of 65. Now it's just a suggestion. The states get to make their own rules. But the idea's toe leap past all this. Different people in different groups. Nonsense that clearly has not been working. I mean, it couldn't have been more of a disaster. Really, So just open up the floodgates. Anybody over 65 get the vaccine Get in line. I hope that's what's gonna happen all over the country. Right, Plus looking back a few years, prominent Democratic lawmaker got clemency for someone who bombed the Capitol. It seems ironic, given the last week's event will tell you about it.

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"san diego zoo" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"san diego zoo" Discussed on AP News

"What's Congress is also taking two former New York mayor and Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani. Last Wednesday, Giuliani rally Trump supporters calling for trial by combat. One state lawmaker who's called for his expulsion, said quote Giuliani is an embarrassment to attorneys everywhere and also called on the state courts to disbar him to ensure that he will never again quote, use his law degree. You destroy lives and undermine our democracy. I'm Jackie Quinn. That's something that I didn't ever anticipate. Or think about. When I was in school that somehow This sociology class. Might help you. Place changes around the world. I'm still asking myself I'm gonna do when I grow up, but I don't really know. Uh, yeah, It's really just It's really just You gotta finish what I started. I left school out of the Junior Seau kidnapped by the van, and that was like 20 years ago. I think I was gonna do is go back and finish and this community kind of present themselves, you know? Endeavor for living in I am commiserating with my two daughters were in school and you bring up noone calls and like I feel that for tea. Every day. What about in class is like build the professors. Killed the students who were kind of learning the unorthodox way, you know, but I'm also really Having a pretty good time. What? I'm not like burying my research papers in what could be a first for the U. S and the world. Several gorillas at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park have tested positive for the coronavirus. San Diego Zoo Safari Park Director Lisa Peterson says the members of the gorilla trooper tested last week for the virus that causes Copan 19. We saw some mild symptoms that air Similar to those that humans would experience, Peterson says. Some of the guerrillas have been coughing and then all are thought to be infected. She thinks they also know how they were exposed. We suspect that the gorilla's got this virus from an asymptomatic team member that worker as well as all the other suit up and mask up every time they're dealing with the animals in the park. Veterinarians are closely monitoring the gorillas, and they will remain in their habitat at the park. I'm Tim McGuire. San Diego Zoo Safari Park director Lisa Peterson says the members of the gorilla trooper tested last week for the virus that causes Copan 19. We saw some mild symptoms that are similar to those that that humans would experience, Peterson says. Some of the guerrillas have been coughing and that all are thought to be infected. She thinks they also know how they were exposed. We suspect that the gorilla's got this virus from an asymptomatic team member that worker as well as all the other suit up and mascot. Every time they're dealing with the animals in the park. Veterinarians are closely monitoring the gorillas and they will remain in their habitat at the park. I'm Tim McGuire. Some lineup changes are in the works in a couple of news networks as a result of the election. It's often the case that the news network shuffle their decks when a new president takes office, and so both Fox News Channel and CNN or tweaking there on a rosters First Fox it's 7 P.m. Eastern time. Our will be led by a serious of rotating hosts. That means a move for Martha MacCallum, who had held down that time slot. Though her ratings have been slipping lately on CNN, Jake Tapper will be getting more air time running from 4 to 6 P.m. the Eastern that leaves less room for Wolf Blizter situation room. Tapper will remain as host of state of the union, but will job share with Dana Bash, each anchoring two Sundays a month. I'm Oscar Wells Gabriel. AP News I'm to McGuire.

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2 gorillas at San Diego Zoo test positive for COVID-19

AP 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

2 gorillas at San Diego Zoo test positive for COVID-19

"In what could be a first for the U. S and the world. Several gorillas at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park have tested positive for the coronavirus. San Diego Zoo Safari Park Director Lisa Peterson says the members of the gorilla trooper tested last week for the virus that causes Copan 19. We saw some mild symptoms that air Similar to those that humans would experience, Peterson says. Some of the guerrillas have been coughing and then all are thought to be infected. She thinks they also know how they were exposed. We suspect that the gorilla's got this virus from an asymptomatic team member that worker as well as all the other suit up and mask up every time they're dealing with the animals in the park. Veterinarians are closely monitoring the gorillas, and they will remain in their habitat at the park.

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"san diego zoo" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"san diego zoo" Discussed on AP News

"What could be a first for the U. S and the world. Several gorillas at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park have tested positive for the coronavirus. San Diego Zoo Safari Park director Lisa Peterson says the members of the gorilla trooper tested last week for the virus that causes Covad 19. We saw some mild symptoms that are Similar to those that humans would experience. Peterson says Some of the guerrillas have been coughing and that all are thought to be infected. She thinks they also know how they were exposed. We suspect that the gorilla's got this virus from an asymptomatic team member that worker as well as all the other suit up and mask up every time they're dealing with the animals in the park. Veterinarians are closely monitoring the gorillas, and they will remain in their habitat at the park. I'm Tim McGuire. San Diego Zoo Safari Park director Lisa Peterson says the members of the gorilla trooper tested last week for the virus that causes Copan 19. We saw some mild symptoms that are similar to those that that humans would experience, Peterson says. Some of the guerrillas have been coughing and that all are thought to be infected. She thinks they also know how they were exposed. We suspect that the gorilla's got this virus from an asymptomatic team member that worker as well as all the other suit up and mascot. Every time they're dealing with the animals in the park. Veterinarians are closely monitoring the gorillas and they will remain in their habitat at the park. I'm Tim McGuire. Some lineup changes are in the works in a couple of news networks as a result of the election. It's often the case that the news networks shuffle their decks when a new president takes office, and so both Fox News Channel and CNN or tweaking there on a rosters First Fox it's 7 P.m. Eastern time. Our will be led by a serious of rotating hosts. That means a move for Martha MacCallum, who had held down that time slot. Though her ratings have been slipping lately on CNN, Jake Tapper will be getting more air time running from 4 to 6 P.m. the Eastern that leaves less room for Wolf Blizter situation room. Tapper will remain as host of state of the union but will job share with Dana Bash, each anchoring two Sundays a month. I'm Oscar Wells, Gabriel. Thank you for.

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2 gorillas at San Diego Zoo test positive for COVID-19

AP 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

2 gorillas at San Diego Zoo test positive for COVID-19

"What could be a first for the U. S and the world. Several gorillas at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park have tested positive for the coronavirus. San Diego Zoo Safari Park director Lisa Peterson says the members of the gorilla trooper tested last week for the virus that causes Covad 19. We saw some mild symptoms that are Similar to those that humans would experience. Peterson says Some of the guerrillas have been coughing and that all are thought to be infected. She thinks they also know how they were exposed. We suspect that the gorilla's got this virus from an asymptomatic team member that worker as well as all the other suit up and mask up every time they're dealing with the animals in the park. Veterinarians are closely monitoring the gorillas, and they will remain in their habitat at the park.

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"san diego zoo" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"san diego zoo" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"To positive, but three are symptomatic. And so he knows. The two gorillas are positive and three years symptomatic and the governor knows that The governor. Part of his mind is consumed with those details to positive but three are symptomatic. Are you symptomatic you and we're likely to see more information about this in real time in the next hours, not just days, but I thought I just bring it up because, as I say, often to all of you what tends to resident in my house? I want to make public to you. On really imagine that he lives in a house where One of the discussions is Hey, how are the gorillas at the San Diego Zoo? Now let's find out, you know, Tours three or symptomatic to our full blown cove ID. And that's what goes on in his house. I want to make public to you on real time. And that's the update in terms of the status of Thies gorillas and San Diego Zoo's So he took a Minute and a half almost two minutes talking about the gorillas in the zoo. You know when somebody you know, brings that up into the governor saying, Hey, we got some guerrillas in the zoo. That is sick. Okay. Can you put the Roy on that or Steve or Julie? You know some of the Maybe an intern. He put an intern on that. We got bigger problems going gang. But no, you know, it's Ah, You know, everybody in this politically correct atmosphere, everything gets the same attention, everybody, you know whether it's the the the guerrillas. Or 3000. People dying a day or, you know, massive Cove it in Los Angeles Every or the riot. The craziness in Washington D. C. Everything gets attention. Guerrillas and the zoo. Look, I love the guerrillas, but still we got much bigger problems going on. Then, you know, then the gorillas are symptomatic. Oh, my God. All right, more alive on K. If I guess from now Deborah Market's going up more than 30,000 people.

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Gorillas test positive for coronavirus at San Diego park

All Things Considered

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Gorillas test positive for coronavirus at San Diego park

"Are apparently not the only primates that have to worry about the coronavirus. The San Diego Zoo Safari Park says eight gorillas that lived together with the park have tested positive for the virus, and several have been coughing. It appears the infection came from a member of the park's wildlife care team, while other wildlife has contracted covert 19. The gorilla cases are believed to be the first reported from a zoo in the U. S. And possibly the World. Zoo officials say all the parks gorillas are now being closely monitored.

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2 gorillas at San Diego Zoo test positive for COVID-19

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

2 gorillas at San Diego Zoo test positive for COVID-19

"Diego Zoo Safari Park have tested positive for coronavirus, Zoo officials saying it's the first known transmission to a great ape. California Governor Gavin Newsom says they don't know how the gorilla's got the virus. We have two gorillas at the San Diego Zoo that now tested positive for covert 19 2 that have been tested positive. We have another, that's symptomatic. We're currently confirming the source of the infection in the strain, Newsome says. They're working to contain the spread of the zoo. That's long been of concern here. Then the animal transmission but our beloved guerrillas. Obviously we are concerned about and San Diego Zoo best of the best. They've tested now formally to positive, but three are symptomatic. The guerrillas started showing symptoms on the six. They're positive tests came back Monday. It's 5

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2 gorillas at San Diego Zoo test positive for COVID-19

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

2 gorillas at San Diego Zoo test positive for COVID-19

"A couple of gorillas at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park have tested positive for covered 19, with zoo officials saying it's the first known transmission to a great ape. California Governor Gavin Newsom says they don't know how the gorilla's got the virus. We have two gorillas at the San Diego Zoo that now tested positive for covert 19 2 that have been tested positive. We have another, that's symptomatic. We're currently confirming the source. The infection in the strain, Newsome says they're working to contain the spread of the zoo. That's long been of concern human to animal transmission, but our beloved guerrillas obviously we are concerned about and San Diego Zoo best to the best they've tested now formally to positive, but three are symptomatic. The guerrillas started showing symptoms on the sixth. They're positive tests came back Monday.

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Gorillas in San Diego test positive for COVID-19

Sean Hannity

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Gorillas in San Diego test positive for COVID-19

"The San Diego Zoo says two gorillas at the Safari Park have tested positive for the coronavirus. Another is symptomatic. It marks the first known transmission of the virus. True the great ape species. Now they're monitoring those gorillas up at the Safari Park in the city of San Diego on Escondido, see how they contracted the virus

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Episode 53: mediUSA Reduction Kits with Christopher Miles

Lymphedema Podcast

02:50 min | 1 year ago

Episode 53: mediUSA Reduction Kits with Christopher Miles

"I'm so excited to introduce today's guest. Christopher Miles is the senior manager for clinical services at many USA he's trained as an occupational therapist and a certified in both limping Dima and wound-care. He has been working with patients to assist in managing chronic Dima for over eighteen years and currently his role as managing a team of clinical educators for many USA and also completing clinical education to direct hospital systems national and International Conferences Hi Christopher. Welcome to the PODCAST. Thank you so much, Betty I'm excited club join your pot cow. I am so excited to talk to you about the reduction kit. So many of my patients in the clinic won a single garment that can do it. All is the reduction kit, their answer. You know I wish that there was a magic pill for lengthy Dima. I've been working Olympia for a long time and I think everyone spent hunting for that I. Wish I could say the reduction kit will do everything I'm not gonna I'm not GonNa say that it can but it certainly can do lot. It's a phenomenal bandaged replacement system. So. Can you tell us how the product came to be and what inspired it? Absolutely. I would love to and it's always a great story share. So the reduction Kit is part of the circuit product line The cirque aid product line has been around for over fifty years in a way it was inspired. It was actually invented by a individual who was trying to find a solution to help his wife who suffered from chronic limping Dima. Anti came up with this idea when he was at the San Diego Zoo he noticed that drafts are very tall yet for some reason, they never have swelling in they're very skinny legs. In the reason they don't have swelling in their legs is because their skin is inelastic it won't stretch. It doesn't have the ability to give to excess pressure or fluid. So there's no swelling or. So we've that. Concept he wanted to create a garment that didn't stretch because up to that point all compression garments had been made out of elastic that we're very stretchy. So key. The first inelastic product actually a very crude on product that he designed was actually out of leather belts. But over time he designed and created the circuit blind, which is the combination of an inelastic product with inner juxtapose spans to allow patients to automatically adjust and apply their compression.

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"san diego zoo" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"san diego zoo" Discussed on KFI AM 640

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"san diego zoo" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"san diego zoo" Discussed on AP News

"The San Diego zoo in restaurants like says he reopened in San Francisco as long as customers are seated outside thrilled to see people sitting in the restaurant again and just feel like we can serve our community fully none of us got into the hospitality business to pass out to go back through the window but California is among the twenty one states where the AP's reporting spikes in cases Texas had nineteen new deaths today in twenty one hundred new infections the CDC is offering guidelines on how to keep safe now the business is a re opening tips include using hotel stairs not elevators sanitizer at ATMs bringing your own food and drinks to cook out the CDC is still recommending people wear masks especially if they can't stay six feet for mothers notably it does not address precautions for attending church or dating or something doctors say they get asked all the time is it safe for kids to visit their grandparents Sager make ani Washington the World Health Organization says the pandemic is putting women at heightened risk of dying in childbirth because hospital resources are devoted to fighting cove in nineteen there were new protests in Minnesota today where GOP lawmakers say they plan to vote down most of the police reforms proposed by Democrats president trump says he's willing to consider a ban on police chokeholds speaking on fox news though he said there could be exceptions off the cuff which I like absolutely but if you're thinking about it then you realize maybe there was a bad fight a new book says First Lady melania trump delayed her move to Washington after the president was elected to gain leverage in renegotiating her prenuptial agreement the White House calls it fiction the stock market ended higher today this is ABC news public health officials are leaving their jobs after being stretched thin because of the virus and then facing threats the AP in because our health news find at least twenty seven health officials in thirteen states have quit retired or have been fired since April after struggling to contain the corona virus pandemic we're short staffed small budgets and criticism from both elected officials and the public Ohio state health director Dr Amy Acton quit after armed protesters showed up at her home Orange County California's health director also resigned national state organizations of health officials say they expect more to leave their jobs because of the pressure criticism and threats I'm timid wire the state department says it's starting to ramp up passport operations and is working on a backlog of one point seven million applications operations had to be scaled back in March in response to cope with nineteen hi Jackie Quinn APNews thank.

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"san diego zoo" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"san diego zoo" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"San Diego zoo dot org and click on here together the Barnes from weather center sunny warmer and breezy tomorrow with temps in the eighties this report brought to you by the San Diego zoo and safari park let's go back to that crash on the ten in downtown LA this one's on the eastbound side and watch out it's coming up on Matteo street that's where the last check the three right lanes have been blocked looks like they may be making some progress here been still seem quite the back at getting away from Western Avenue let's check in with Mike o'brien last check he was in Anaheim hills K. affine the sky sponsored by injury attorney super woman super lawyer dot com yeah I did check it right as a matter of fact I'm almost at the downtown and a good dose of what you were just talking about angel it looks like those lanes are clear but still backed up out of that city on every step yeah I did look at a couple of problems on the way the six oh five north out of telegraph recording out of the car pool lane there that's very heavy for the one oh five and the through the Santa Ana canyon Anaheim hills ninety one eastbound at just about you're forgetting about two forty one they are going to the white children that wreck but that's very heavy leading imperial highway very tough drive there a lot of folks maybe heading into riverside county may be getting a twilight round of golf yep riverside county has lifted the restrictions I just flew over a couple of courses which I guess Saturday morning only tough thing is you're gonna have a tough time to get that teatime injured in the accident visit super woman super lawyers dot com Michael Brian Kael via this guy sponsored by the California community colleges K. apple I in the sky helps get you there faster I mean to our team as during the call the nineteen crisis California community colleges are working hard to make it as easy as possible for students stay enrolled by switching many in person classes online.

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"san diego zoo" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"san diego zoo" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"On him seven fifty the San Diego zoo in the standings safari park are closed today and will remain closed until April first due to the corona virus pandemic sea world in late winter also closed for the rest of the month USS midway museum will be closed to the public as of Monday museums in Balboa park remains open and the average price for regular gasoline got more than a penny and a half yesterday the three dollars and forty four cents per gallon the article says that's down ten cents in ten days this was sponsored by the past international you can change the world for a child in extreme poverty through compassion international just text child eight three three nine three to find out how the microclimate forecast cloudy overnight twenty percent chance of showers lows forty six to fifty one degrees right now sixty two with light rain at Lindbergh field and the whole United Methodist Church will host its sixtieth annual rummage sale today from eight thirty AM until three PM Aymeric Roy HM seven sixty KFMB talk and breaking news hello it's red eye radio Gerry McNamara and regularly talk about everything from politics to social issues and news of the day whether you're a bully or just starting your day welcome to the show from ball Tyler the flying J. studios this is redeye radio all across America at eight six six ninety right I'd run I radio show dot com we stream live or get her and put it on your phone and listen whenever you want for Tuesday two point oh Sanders was calling it is in the books is so far of the races called Byton has won them all and that would be Michigan Missouri Mississippi and Idaho Biden winning Michigan so far with eighty eight percent of the voters in by eighteen percentage points in Missouri with one hundred percent in biting winning by seventeen percent Mississippi with ninety eight percent in Brighton it is winning by a sixty five point margin over Bernie Sanders and in Idaho with ninety seven percent of the the rope reports in Byton it up by the six right so there's a we are in in North Dakota with forty five percent of the vote in that race has not been called Sanders with forty seven percent of the vote Biden with thirty nine and in Washington state was sixty seven percent in that race still too close to call the Sanders with thirty two point seven percent of the votes Biden with thirty two point five but overall if it stands word is very you know by Wednesday night big time yeah of the delegate count yeah yeah and and then again you look at next Tuesday St Patrick's day you know there's one poll now that shows bye bye or or Bernie is viable I think there were over the last couple months there's been two that are shown him above fifteen percent but if Bernie can't get that fifteen percent then he gets zero delegates out of a huge state Florida Illinois.

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"san diego zoo" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"san diego zoo" Discussed on KFI AM 640

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"san diego zoo" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"san diego zoo" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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"san diego zoo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"san diego zoo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Join the San Diego zoo global wildlife conservancy and be a part of the team that a fighting to end drop extinction by supporting our conservation efforts. You can affect change including giraffe rehabilitation anti-poaching patrols and re release of often and injured arrives. Conservation happens. One animal and one person at a time. Join us now at end extinction dot org. Bloomberg daybreak Asia to quarter past the hour. Now time for check of sport from Brown the world, here's Dan Schwartzman. Thanks, bryan. Tonto moves onto their first ever Chafee's final by mounting a stunning comeback to beat eye exam today three to Amsterdam arena as a Spurs race attune ill. I have deficit with Lucas more scoring a second-half hatrick, including the winner. Six minutes into stoppage time the Premier League side wins it three all aggregate on away goals. It will next face Liverpool in the final on June. First at the one metropolitano stadium in Madrid after Barcelona's catastrophic loss in the championship. Semifinals reports safely through TV will be the first leaf Cam. No. As a twenty six year old. There's been a huge disappointment since coming over for a hundred and sixty million euros from Liverpool. Just a year ago. Bars is expected ask for more than one hundred five million euros for the Brazil international. Meanwhile, the Barcelona board is expected to decide the fate of manager Nesta Valverde in the coming days, even after winning two straight league titles Chelsea's appeal of a two window transfer ban has been denied by the fief appeal committee, although the club will be allowed to. Continue signing players under sixteen years old of loser found guilty in December of breaking rules in the transferring of twenty nine players under the age of eighteen club will also have to pay a fine of four hundred sixty thousand pounds Philadelphia Phillies. Chairman David Montgomery is passed away at the age of seventy two due to job bone cancer. The gummy began working for the organization back in nineteen seventy one in the ticket office as well as helping to run the scoreboard on Dan Schwartzman. That's your Bloomberg NBC world sports update. Markets headlines and breaking news twenty four hours a day at Bloomberg dot com. Invert business app. Talk on Twitter. Bloomberg business flash. It isn't needed seventeen past the hour. Equities.

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"san diego zoo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"san diego zoo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

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"san diego zoo" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"san diego zoo" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And Californian, man. I I tell you. I've only a couple of times for like a weekend and just go up brutal. It is absolutely a nightmare. Going back about thirty years up. Brother was getting married. And we had gone out there, and we've made a like a week of it and tried to hit different sites. And it literally took us from Burbank down the Long Beach, which is basically the same as like going from middle pound up some fatty took a three and a half out you down there. Thing man, I flew in to LAX, and we had we were doing UCLA game the next day and kind of Google it. I'm like, okay, so hotels, thirty minutes away hour and a half from the air. But it was like two o'clock. We'll be traffic at two o'clock. Yeah. Well, yeah. Right. Oh, it's a thing. I mean, again, I know it's gotten worse over the time. But we even tried to go down to like the San Diego zoo during the time we were there. And it was literally at a time when everybody like web, San Diego came up to LA and everybody was born. I mean, you gotta spend as much time planning to get down. There is actually due to get down there. 'cause you know, it's gonna take your forever. We even got off of the main highways, and I grabbed a map and just directed. My dad, Dr y'all doing this thing like Lousiana goods over the whole of arts, and you're like, you know, Montgomery wrote down to reading road or whatever. And you just stick your across this pattern trying to get to work you need to go because you just looking at the highway up above you. And it's just stop swimming..

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