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Annual Report 2012

Executive Director Mark C. Reed

2012 Board of Commissioners

Sedgwick County Zoological Society, Inc.

Chairman Tim R. Norton, 2nd District

President Scott Ochs

David M. Unruh, 1st District Karl Peterjohn, 3rd District Richard Ranzau, 4th District Jim Skelton, 5th District

Trustees Jeff Ablah Kevin J. Arnel Ron Brunton William P. Buchanan Martha C. Buford Kelly E. Callen Mark C. DeVries John Dunlop III Allan Dunne Genevieve Farha Rhonda Fullerton Steve Harris Michael Herbert Ronald Holt Steven A. Houlik Dirk Jones Sarah Kauffman Don J. Knappenberger Dave Larson Buz Lukens Gayle Malone Sam Marnick Doug Neff Martin Park Sue Pearce Mary Lynn Priest Scott Redler Barry Schwan Jay Smith David M. Unruh Suzanne Vaupel John Walker Marty Wells Sheryl Wohlford

County Manager William P. Buchanan Assistant County Manager Ronald Holt


To inspire discovery, appreciation, and respect for animals and nature.


With passion, leadership, and foresight, the Sedgwick County Zoo will be the best zoo possible for our animals and guests.

There’s adventure in our nature. 2012 was a year filled with natural “growing pains� for the Sedgwick County Zoo. A year that embarked on serious strategic planning for the future; while maintaining the legacy our founders built more than 40 year ago. Visitors witnessed many exhibits and areas of the Zoo going through routine maintenance and natural upgrades as time and Mother Nature takes its toll on our infrastructures and campus. These included new roofs, new doors, bridge repairs, path changes, among many others.

All the while, we continued to see strong commitment from our community in membership sales and annual visitors to the Zoo. This commitment to the preservation and understanding of wildlife invigorates our passion to be a leader among Zoos and certainly to be one of the best attractions the state of Kansas has to offer. Throughout the pages of this annual report, you will be reminded again and again the awesome adventure we have at the Zoo. This is due much in part to the vision and leadership of the employees, volunteers, county commissioners and the Zoological Board of Trustees. In addition, the overwhelming financial support and loyalty of our financial partners continues to amaze me. Thank you for your support this year and for the exciting years that lie ahead. We are at a threshold of even bigger and better things to come to support our mission, and to provide a community treasure for guests to experience for generations to come. Sincerely, Mark C. Reed

Executive Director


Home Improvement Projects January Revamp Chinese Alligator Pool Add theming to the Ocean Room in Cargill Learning Center Build the Cargill Fish Holding room. Reverse traffic flow through The Downing Gorilla Forest Prairie dog exhibit renovation and new shade structure addition Hang new Cessna Penguin Cove shade cloth

February Unveil new Mel Hambelton Ford Education Transit Refurbish Asian Forrest bridges

May Add automatic doors to The Downing Gorilla Forest Reserve


June New roof for: North America overlook, Veldt barn, chimpanzee holding, orangutan communal room, Australia and South America kitchen. Construct new goat and sheep pen in night pasture


Layout the cactus garden Kookaburra Junction

Make new Osage Orange benches for The Downing Gorilla Forest

Complete North American Prairie office expansion

Remodel the vampire bat cave in Jungle

November Install eucalyptus fencing Build new flight cages in the bird barn Begin fiberglass door replacement project

Install new Boat Dock artwork

Add benches to Asian and American Farms

September Repair Slawson Family Tiger Trek bridge and overlook Rubberized rhino flooring installed

October New roof for the Jungle building lobby

December Expand okapi yard Add signage to the Pepsi Pavilion

Repair broken electric line


Membership & Attendance Total Memberships sold in 2012: 12,259 Total Attendance for 2012: 515,634

Attendance 1971–2012 700,000 600,000 500,000 400,000 300,000 200,000

























Operating Support: Sedgwick County Donations & Grants Other Contributions

$5,117,770 $1,305,696 $134,004

Other Income 10.9%

Sedgwick County 42.1%

Operating Revenue:

Memberships 11.6% Admissions $1,903,359 Concessions $813,720 Memberships $1,414,773 Concessions Other Income: 6.7% Zoobilee $957,471 Promotional Events $219,255 Admissions Education Programs $144,120 15.7% Investment Income $1,129 Other Contributions 1.1% Total Support & Revenue $12,150,020

Donations & Grants 10.7%

Operating Expenses:

Salaries & Benefits $6,359,583 Infrastructure Salaries & & Equipment Repairs & Maintenance $375,107 Benefits 60.4% 8.3% Utilities $474,593 Other: Promotions & Advertising $379,448 Animal Food $535,931 Other Supplies $468,559 Other 23.3% Professional Services $12,800 Animal Purchases $24,121 Insurance $90,486 Utilities 4.5% Contractual $345,227 Miscellaneous $592,612 Infrastructure & Equipment $873,217 Repairs & Maintenance 3.6% Total Expenses & Infrastructure $10,531,684

Total Support & Revenue Over (Under Expenses)*


*This reflects the amount of expense from prior year carry over funded for infrastructure and small capital projects.


Volunteers In 2012 Sedgwick County Zoo had the privilege of working with a total of 971 volunteers who donated 38,882 hours.

Volunteers help the Zoo by giving their time which in turn saves the Zoo money. The cumulative hours donated by the Sedgwick County Zoo volunteers in 2012 were equal to 19 fulltime employees. Thanks to all of you for what you do to help make the Zoo the No. 1 outdoor family tourist attraction in Kansas.

2012 Volunteers of the Year David Knofflock, Sedgwick County Zoo’s 2012 Adult Volunteer of the Year, has given over 500 hours of service. He has volunteered for both Australia/South America Mammals and at a multitude of special events. David has made significant contributions to the Zoo with his consistently positive attitude and ingenuity for any special projects he is asked to help with. He goes out of his way to provide ideas, materials and profound knowledge to help better the lives of collection animals. This past year alone, he was key to the construction of bed structures for the anteaters, installation of new exhibit propping for several types of small primates and even built a “condo” for the meerkats’ bedroom area. He also brings great creativity to providing daily items to enrich the lives of the animals he helps take care of. David’s efforts are greatly appreciated by all who know him. Willing to help the Zoo out without question, he also volunteers to stay for late night events. The excellence and dedication David has shown make him truly deserving of this award.


Andrea and Crissa Fortner, have been selected as the 2012 Teen Volunteers of the Year. For the first time, we are honoring a set of twins for the exceptional job they have done. Starting their volunteer work by joining teen summer programs in 2009, they have consistently excelled each summer until becoming regular volunteers at the Children’s Farms in 2011. The young women produce quality work in a timely manner and can always be relied upon by keepers. They work well as a team or apart and even color coordinate their jackets to aid in telling them apart! Together they have donated over 1,600 hours and have been instrumental in helping with everything from daily routine to help with extra chores and special projects. During the week they are full time students and still make time to come to the Zoo every Sunday. Each girl is incredibly deserving of this recognition on her own, but together they make up our volunteer duo of the year!


Education Birthday Parties 2.0% Overnights 2.3%

Students Programs

Onsite Classes 18.7%

27,393 Onsite School Group Programs

Other 2.5%

Onsite School Group Programs 59.1%

7,148 Offsite Group Programs (Zoo reach) 8,664

Onsite Classes

1,082 Overnights 925

Birthday Parties

1171 Other

Offsite Group Programs 15.4%

Connecting People with Animals Mel Hambelton Ford Education Transit Every year, 175 million people visit AZA-accredited zoos & aquariums. Approximately 500,000 people visit Sedgwick County Zoo each year. Of those that visit, over 60,000 children and adults participate in our programs, including learning adventures and summer programs. Sedgwick County Zoo is visited annually by nearly 30,000 students on school field trips. And, when groups, young or old, can’t come to the Zoo we take the Zoo to them! Sedgwick County Zoo believes the outreach programs we provide to the schools and senior centers of Sedgwick County are among the most important programs we provide because it is our responsibility to connect people with animals. We visit schools and senior centers through our educational outreach programs. It requires transportation that inspires discovery, appreciation, and respect for animals and nature. Good, reliable transportation. Thanks to a generous gift from Mel Hambelton Ford we now have the reliable transportation needed to connect people with animals anywhere!


Mark C. Reed Scholarship Fund 2012 Recipients Daryle Christensen Quillan Brown Micaela Atkinson

Katy O’Reilly Zack Byrne Serena Hixson

Hannah Hulse Jeane Thompson Katie Kopper

Jakoe Barnes

Congratulations to the 2012 Friends University recipients of the Mark C. Reed Zoo Science Scholarship. Each year students are selected for this scholarship based on their career goals, college activities and grade point average. The Mark C. Reed Endowed Scholarship was the first major scholarship given to the Friends University Biology Department. The Zoo Science degree is a four-year bachelor’s degree program hosted by Friends University in conjunction with Sedgwick County Zoo. Students attend general biology classes at Friends University as well as classes held at Sedgwick County Zoo and taught by Zoo professionals, enabling students who plan on a zoo or aquarium career to obtain hands-on experience as well as academic experience.


2012 Special Events

Boeing: Earth Day Kansas Thursday, April 19, 2012 Total Attendance: 6,666 Boeing

Easter Eggstravaganza

Saturday, April 7 2012 Total Attendance: 3,576 BOB FM 97.1 and 100.5 FM the Wolf and The CW

Mother’s Day

Sunday, May 13, 2012 Total Attendance: 6,148 QuikTrip, BOB FM 97.1 and 100.5 FM the Wolf

Wet-n-Wild Days

Fridays, June 8, 15, 22 & 29, July 6, 13, 20 & 27, August 3, 2012 Total Attendance: 19,307 Sedgwick County Fire Dept., KSAS(Fox Kansas/ My TV Wichita) & Entercom (KDGS Power 93)


Father’s Day Car Show

Sunday, June 17, 2012 Total Attendance: 5,626 Cars Magazine, QuikTrip & Entercom (KEYN 103.7)

Monkey Butt Poker Run

Saturday, October 20, 2012 Total Attendance: 515 Alefs, Bank of America, Piping & Equipment, Westland Corp, Pepsi, Mandalay Bay/Shark Reef Aquarium, The Inn at Tallgrass, Journal (104.5 the Fox and T-95) & KSAS (Fox KS/My TV Wichita)

Night of the Living Zoo

Friday, Saturday & Sunday October 26, 27 & 28, 2013 Total Attendance: 5,596 Black Hills Energy, QuikTrip, KSAS (Fox Kansas/My TV Wichita) & Clear Channel (B98, 96.3, KZSN, 107.3 the Brew)


Zoobilee 2012 Zoobilee: Wichita’s Wildest Fun-Raiser The Sedgwick County Zoo’s annual fundraising gala, Zoobilee, held Saturday, September 8, 2012 from 6:00 p.m. to midnight was a success! Zoobilee patrons spent the evening sampling food and drink, dancing under the stars and bidding on great silent and live auction items. A variety of area restaurants served samples of their best dishes and drinks, from old favorites to exotic new delicacies, Wichita’s eateries put on their best for Zoobilee. Following the live auction Zoobilee guests danced the night away to the sounds of Gooding. Zoobilee is the Sedgwick County Zoo’s largest fundraising effort, and is one of the most successful events of its kind. Proceeds from the event go to support daily Zoo operation and help keep Zoo daily admission prices affordable. As part of the Zoo’s commitment to conservation, a portion of this year’s funds will go to support Friends of the Zoo. Thanks to everyone for making our Zoo and this years’ Zoobilee a success. We couldn’t do it without your continued support.


Zoobilee Steering Committee Marvin O. Long—Chair Jeff Ablah Susan Bowers Cathy Brady Martha Buford Cindy Burgess Heather Denker Genevieve Farha Bryan Frye Brandon Hathaway Pam Irish Dirk Jones Kris Long Buz Lukens Sue Pearce Mary Lynn & Frank Priest Al Sanchez James Woods Denise Ziegler

Sponsors & Friends

Bank of America Cargill Chris Parks Clear Channel Outdoor Clear Channel Radio Cox Communications Cox Media Entercom Fidelity Bank Fox Kansas Fred Berry Glazer’s of Kansas Great Plains Imaging, Inc. House of Schwan Howerton + White Journal Broadcast KAKE Media Partners Mel Hambelton Ford Meritrust Pepsi Bottling Group Pratt Quillen Elsea Standard Beverage Corp. The Bar’s Open The Wichita Eagle White Beverage Co Wonderful Wichita Billboards Worldwide Wine & Spirits, Inc.

Pavilion & Hospitality Area Patrons Aeroflex Wichita, Inc. Barbara & David Rolph Boeing Capitol Federal Cargill Carole & Scott D. Ochs Cox Communications Delta Dental of Kansas Foulston Siefkin Fugate Enterprises IMA of Kansas, Inc. Kansas Gas Service Kansas Star Casino Kelly & Jon Callen Kennedy & Coe, LLC Koch Industries Lafarge Martha & Bob Buford Meritrust Piping & Equipment Co., Inc. Pratt Industries Preferred Health Systems Printing Inc. Pro Kem Spirit AeroSystems Sue Pearce Sunrise Oilfield Supply Sweetman Investments, LLC Daniel J Taylor The Inn at Tallgrass Westar Energy YPW


In-Situ and Global Conservation Partnerships Mariana Avifauna Conservation (MAC) Project

Sedgwick County Zoo supports the Mariana Avifauna Conservation (MAC) Project in Saipan. The MAC project was initiated in cooperation with US Fish & Wildlife Service and the Association of Zoos & Aquariums, as a response to the threat of the brown tree snake in the Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI). Specifically it was developed to identify and implement conservation actions necessary to ensure the persistence of CNMI’s avifauna. The establishment of the brown tree snake on Saipan, and the increased threat of the species’ establishment on the islands of Rota and Tinian, serves as a direct threat to the survival of many of the CNMI’s endemic and rare bird species. The MAC project is intended to provide the avifauna of the Mariana archipelago with the best possible chances for longterm survival, with the objectives of preserving, maintaining, and establishing self-sustaining populations of native, free flying birds secure from the threat of the brown tree snake. Scott Newland, Curator of Birds, has represented the Sedgwick County Zoo for several years in this important field work.

Caribbean Flamingo Wildlife Expedition—Rio Lagartos, Mexico In late summer of 2012 zookeeper Phil Horvey participated in the Caribbean flamingo Wildlife Research Expedition in Rio Lagartos, Mexico. The expedition paired zookeepers from Dallas Zoo, Tracy Aviary, Sea World San Diego, and Sedgwick County Zoo with local biologists in order to gather basic biological information on Caribbean flamingos. The area of Rio Lagartos creates the perfect environment for a large colony of nesting flamingos because it holds a large


population of their main food source, brine shrimp. The area contains approximately 5,000 birds. The expedition relies on the help of professional zookeepers and trained volunteers to help the local veterinary staff with extractions of blood samples, weighing and banding the birds. During the expedition they banded a total of 494 Caribbean flamingo chicks and the information gathered from these chicks allows researchers to analyze migration patterns of the birds, determine gender of the birds, and assess the general health of the flamingo population.

Pingßino De Humboldt in Punta San Juan, Peru The Sedgwick County Zoo has long supported the conservation of the Punta San Juan reserve in southern Peru. For the first time Sedgwick County Zoo was able to send two zookeepers, Megan Sweetwood and Steve Larson, to Peru to be involved in an observational study of Humboldt penguins and other coastal marine wildlife in the reserve. Every five years Punta San Juan is the site of Peru’s Department of Agriculture guano harvest. Guano (poop) is a vital component to the fertilizer used in the farming community of Peru. For the first time they are harvesting through the months September to October because it falls in between the two breeding seasons of the Humboldt penguin (in previous years the harvest has disrupted penguin and other guano producing birds breeding seasons). Megan and Steve’s job was to assist the head researchers in observing the penguin colonies and other coastal marine wildlife during the guano harvest; looking for disturbances to the wildlife caused by the harvest since the penguin colonies are found nearest to the site of the harvest.


The Quarters for Conservation raised $85,306 in 2012.

Over $159,000 goes to support worldwide conservation programs Visiting Sedgwick County Zoo gives guests an opportunity to see wild animals up close and thus gain understanding, appreciation, and respect for some magnificent creatures that many people may never get to see in the wild. But another way we strive to help animals is by donating to conservation programs, which allows us to play a part in safeguarding the world’s wildlife. Conservation initiatives such as those listed protect wild animals both in captivity and in their natural habitats. Sedgwick County Zoo has been recognized with national and international awards for its support of field conservation programs and successful breeding of rare and endangered species.


In 2012, Sedgwick County Zoo was able to designate $85,306 for various conservation programs through the Quarters for Conservation. The Q4C program gives .25¢ of every gate admission to support Sedgwick County Zoo conservation efforts in the wild. Another $23,789 was collected from the new public donation boxes in the Zoo and through our Gift Shop program that allows guests to round up purchases to help fund conservation programs. Just by coming to the Zoo, our guests help support our contributions to worldwide animal conservation.

• Quarters 4 Conservation (admission and membership sales) $85,306 • Gift Shop Round-up for Conservation $12,474 • Slawson Family Tiger Trek Tiger Donation Box $1,000 • Cessna Penguin Cove Penguin Donation Box $5,899 • Rhinoceros Donation Box $6,047 • The Downing Gorilla Forest Gorilla Donation Box $1,879 • Jungle Donation Box $634 • Amphibian & Reptile Donation Box $553 • Ape Awareness Weekend $4,548 • Jane Goodall Institute Donation Box $3,229 • Miscellaneous Donations $38,063



Collection Chart Invertebrates Pisces Amphibia Reptilia Aves Mammalia Total Orders
































Notable New Arrivals *indicates born or hatched as Sedgwick County Zoo

Amphibians, Reptiles & Fishes: Merten’s water monitors Broad snouted caimans Tomato frogs*


Amur leopard Red pandas* Okapi* Slender horn gazelle*


White storks Blue turaco Blue crowned pigeon* Eastern white pelicans* Thick bill parrot* Puna ibis* Wrinkled hornbill* Greater and Caribbean Flamingos*


Donors & Members In Kind Contributions Tim & Lou Alexander ARC Automax LLC Barney Barnhard Beth Barrett Tom Beauchesne Campbell Nursery Jeff Carbiener Connoisseur Media LLC Anita Coulter Mike Courtney Gwen Drosselmeyer Wilbur Elsea Fox Kansas & My TV Wichita Helen Galloway George Getz Guadalupe Clinic Curtis Harshfield Huyt Hillman Lena Hommertzheim Chrissie Nixon Petco Animal Supplies Nancy K. Sage Pearl Sholts Kiel Snyder Valerie Stallbaumer Dixie A. Thomas Rodney Wachholtz Sarah Walters Dick Ward Norman Warminski Debbie Wheeler Lowell Wilder Sharon Williams Bob Wimmer Donald Yoder


Corporate Campaign Participants Bank of the West Bombardier Learjet Employees Club Cargill Meat Solutions Cessna Employees Club Coleman Company Commerce Bank Cox Communications Emprise Bank Fidelity Bank George Lay Signs Grant Thornton LLP Horizon Milling LLC IMA of Kansas, Inc. Intrust Bank Koch Industries Law Company Law Kingdon Inc. Law Kingdon Inc. Martin K. Eby Construction NETApp Inc. Occidental Chemical Corporation Pioneer Balloon Range Oil Company Sedgwick County Southwest National Bank Spirit/Boeing Employee’s Association Star Lumber & Supply Co. Utility Contractors Inc. Lifetime Members Jacqueline Bailey Linda Barnett Roger Blurton

Bruce Brown Britt M. Brown Jennifer Brown H.B. “Britt” Brown Cindy Burgess Daniel M. Carney Scott Childs Bruce Cooper D.B. Dailey Kimberly Davis Marjorie Dearmore Richard A. DeVore William D. DeVore Paula Downing Shirley Froome Martha Fulco Robert Geist Jarold Harrison Edward J. Healy Cathy Hedlund Gloria Hempstid Robin Horton Kathy Johnson Missy Knight Eldon Lakey Jim Marlett John Morse Betty Mull Trey Oliver Mary Lynn Oliver Ron Parker Dean Rickman Sandy Roberts Frank Rollins Paul Seymour Paul Seymour III Daniel Simon Judy Slawson Charles Stamm Eddie Stegall

William Stoker Merlin Suderman Harold Wahl William Whipple Benefactor Members Martha Buford & C. Robert Buford Larry Fugate & Dana Fugate Scott D. Ochs Dale Wiggins & Alice Wiggins Contributions $5,000+ Dwane and Velma Lunt Wallace Charitable Foundation Lafarge Meritrust Mommy’s Helper Piping & Equipment Co., Inc. Pro Kem QuikTrip Standard Beverage Corp. Westland Corporation Wichita Metro Chamber of Commerce Tim Alexander Martha Buford Georgia Chandler Larry Joe Hayden David Keeton Mary Lynn Oliver Sue Pearce Louis Perrier Patron Members Ann Beck Jeffrey A. Bloomer Jim R. Boyd Gloria Farha Flentje & Jack Focht

James Farley & Sara Farley Audrey Needles Craig Petersen & Vickie Petersen J. Truman Shope & Karen Shope Elwayne Smith & Carol Kratzert R. Byrne Vickers & Becky Vickers Janice M. Wunderlich Associate Members Trevor Bailey & Christina Bailey Fred Berry & Suzanne Berry Duane Dawson Ken Fleming Bruce Gabel & Amanda Gabel Aleta Gile Barbara Hoppins & Jim Hoppins Alice Hueber John F. McNary Sheila Nally & Michael Nally Eugene Reif & Stephanie Reif Barry Schwan & Cindy Schwan Nancy Scott & Stephanie Scott Charles Shield & Kitty Shield Bruce R. Solbach

2012 Memorials In Memory of Scott Green In Memory of Tollie Hartmann In Memory of Hubert Ochs In Memory of Eldon Peterson In Memory of Dean Plagge In Memory of Onley Thomas In Memory of Morris Wiant

Thank You!

Zoo Pal Conservation Supporter Sam Marnick


Sydney Johnson Hannah Keating Andrew Keller Full-time, Part-time and Seasonal Stephanie Kelley Cody Kemp Christopher Kennedy Miranda Albright Tamara Denney Matthew Kerr Sadie Allen Jack Deschner Andrew Kiker Milo Anderson Francine Dicks Ginny Kilgore Schanee Anderson Judy Dotson Catherine Kimble Lance Arbuckle Vincent Dreiling Alan King Weston Arnel Lindsay Duncan Jourdan King Casey Ashcroft Joell Dunham Kara King Micaela Atkinson Heather Eilerts Laura King Sara Augsburger Bryan Evans Aletha Kinser Kelsey Aylor David Ewers Bobby Kissell Devin Bailey Steven Fairchild Gregory KlagJoseph Barkowski Anne Feldkamp Jackson Jakoe Barnes Scott Finton Jake Klausmeyer Courtnie Barr Daniel Fischer Sheldon Knepp Conner Barragree Ashley Flanigan Alma Knight Karen Bates Michael Forbes Cody Knudsen Zaine Baughn Rachel Foy Andrew Koehler Christan Baumer Carmen Freeman Kathryn Kopper Lynn Behnke Julie Fritz Everett Lacy Mary Behnke Timothy Gaskill Cory LaFever Tina Behrle Rachel Geer Natasha Lafosse Linda Bell Lula Geis Bridget Landers Vanessa Bell Elizabeth Getsay Jeffrey Landers Karen Bercaw Norma Gheen-Garcia Scott Laplante Jeremy Birket Jessica Gonzalez Steven Larson Pearl Bloom Ashley Govin Charlsye Laster Chaille Blount Wendy Graber Xariel Leija Roger Blurton Nella Gragert Tyler Lemon Bradley Boles Melissa Graham Dustin Lewis Michele Bollenback Scott Green Shelby Lewis Jean Bondurant Michelle Greer Janell Linnebur Alicia Boor Austin Greger Blake Little Samuel Bowman Stephanie Grosjean Bethany Livengood Benjamin Bradley Jessica Guerrero Donald Loghry Carrie Branson Ryan Gulker Peter Logsdon Osten Brown Keith Gutierrez Brittany Long William Bryant Caroline Hall Idalia Loya Catherine Rebecca Hall Melissa Luce Calderwood Angela Harlan Nicole Lund Weslin Camden Paul Harms Dexter Mardis Alyssa Campbell Natasha Harris James Marlett Cole Campbell Brian Hashbarger Joshua Marshall Charlotte Carlson Erika Hawley Ciara MarshallEmily Carrillo Jodie Hearlson Gonzales Kevin Carter Brian Helten Katelyn Martin Michelle Carter Linda Hiebert Kay Mathias Scott Carter Dennis Hill Joshua Matthews Barbee Castello Amanda Hime Preston Maus Devin Catt Joseph Hobert Patricia McClary Charles Chambers Derek Hofeling Meghan McCloskey Mary Chavez Rebecca Hogg Callene Mccune Scott A. Childs Jessica Hoheisel Rapp Daryle Christensen Braeden Holmes Paula McCurdy Sharon Clark Barbara Hoppins Josephe McDowell Shannon Coates Rachel Hoppins Madison McKay Amy Cole Rachel Horsch Landon McQuilliams Sarah Covarrubias Phillip Horvey Matthew Meagher Marlene Crumley Matthew Jenkins Mikhail Mellott Christopher Cullum Lori Johannes Erin Melroy Gregory Davenport Alexander Johnson Dillon Middleton Danielle Decker Annamarie Johnson Kinna Middleton Danielle Delamaide Edward Johnson


Kali Milleman Jonathan Miller Raymond Miller Brock Mintie Michael Montavon Brandon Montiel Kellie Moore Maria Moore Vickie Moore Jorge Murguia Diane Neal Elizabeth Neff Elizabeth Nelson Jan Nelson Nathaniel Nelson Jonathan Neufeld Deacon New Scott Newland Jessica Newman Wilbur Nickel Anne Nystrom Tucker Ochs Catherine Odle Jake Ogburn Denise Oglesby Jordan Olivarez Kimberly Olsen Marsha Olson Steven Onken Emma Orth Jeanette Summers Jorge Partida Kimberly Partlow Christopher Patton Addison Pauler Ronald Payne Bertha PerezQuezada Kelsey Perrymore Debra Phillips Emily Plaza Amber Ponce John Powell Joshua Price Matthew Pulaski Brittny Pyle Keith Pyle Michael Quick Maria Quintero Kelly Redmond Mark C. Reed Mary Reed Molly Reichenborn Troy Resko Amanda Richardson Kelly Rivera Tasha Roark Becky Rohlman Jonathan Rold Lauren Rood Sarah Rose Audrey Roth Ruth Rusher Kylar Salazar Amy Schlereth Caitlin Schrag Scott Schroeder

Kari Schuh Emily Scriven Jody Sentel Kenneth Shaw Landon Shupe Mary Simmon Victoria Simons Mathilda Sipult Camalia Slaughter Larry Slayton Belinda Smith Nancy Smith Thaddeus Smith Amanda Snyder Teri Sommer Joselin Soto Nichole Stanton Kyle Stephenson David Stevenson Diane Stolz Thomas Stolz Ethan Storrie Ashley Suttles Loretta Swafford Katelyn Sweetin Megan Sweetwood Sandra Tabor Aaron Tatman Jayden Tatman Fred Taylor Tyler Taylor Micala Teetzen Angela Telford Mary Thiessen Monica Thill Alicia Thomas Donald Thompson Deborah Thresher Michael Tiede Elyse Trego Kent Tuxhorn Douglas Unruh Kara Valentine Dylan Wagenbaur Zachary Washee Heather Weber Marshall Weber William Weeks Megan Wells Clayton White Caitlin Wiechman Patricia Wilcoxson Melinda Williams Sandra Wilson Lisa Wing Maverick Woodbridge Daniel Wright Tonya Wright Keana Wyant Jaycee Yokom Yang Zhao Peninnah Ziegler Teresa Zimmerman Jabez Zinabu

Sedgwick County Zoo Annual Report 2012