Seneca Park


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Seneca Park

Address:3151 Pee Wee Reese Rd
Louisville, KY 40207

Phone:502-458-9298
Web: www.louisvilleky.gov/MetroParks/
Size: 333 acres.
Location:Six miles east of downtown Louisville off US-64.
Facilities:Tennis courts, 18-hole golf course, volleyball courts, soccer and softball fields, field hockey grounds, cross-country trail (3.1 miles), basketball courts, playground, picnic facilities, and equestrian trails.
Activities:Basketball, softball, soccer, field hockey, horseback riding, tennis, volleyball.

See other parks in Kentucky.
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That's the question that popped into my head when I was invited to accompany a DEC wildlife biologist and herpetologists from the Buffalo and Seneca Park Zoos to photograph them stocking these creatures into a local stream.
DEC wildlife biologist Ken Roblee is heading up the project with the help of the Buffalo Zoo's herpetological manager, Penny Felski, and my son, John Adamski, the assistant curator and head of herpetology at Seneca Park Zoo.
To safeguard against any potential losses, and to share the experience, the Buffalo, Seneca Park, Bronx and Binghamton Zoos all took part in rearing the hellbenders.
Cantlon, her research assistant Allison Barnard, postdoctoral fellow Kelly Hughes, and other colleagues at the University of Rochester and the Seneca Park Zoo in Rochester, N.
Finding a functioning baboon troop for cognitive research was serendipitous, explains study co-author Jenna Bovee, the elephant handler at the Seneca Park Zoo who is also the primary keeper for the baboons.
com)-- Atomic Design, an integrated web development company has generously donated $10,000 to help support the Seneca Park Zoo (www.
We felt that the Seneca Park Zoo was a wonderful organization, and were excited to have the opportunity to help.
Four river otters has been released from the Seneca Park Zoo in an attempt to reintroduce the animal to central and western New York after an absence of nearly 100 years.
Seneca Park Zoo has been involved with the River Otter project since its reception in 1995, The project includes the New York Department of Environmental Conservation and individuals working to bring otters to this pair of the state.