Mara often takes her meals in the habitat these days, or in the little annex chute, rather than coming to the barn to eat in the treatment chute, as she once preferred. She’s still enthusiastic about food, as you can see here: she’s enjoying hay and treats that have been left for her, and some nice, fresh grass. Rana stands nearby, leisurely enjoying her own snacks, methodically chewing, and contentedly flapping her ears. Bambi stands behind the two, eating along the fenceline. This shift in eating behavior allows the three girls to explore more of Yard 4, which includes some of Rana’s favorite pastures.
Tammy saysMarch 22, 2022 at 2:57 pm
Love that the girls are chilling and enjoying their food thats the way it should be! 💞🐘💗
Carey saysMarch 22, 2022 at 4:09 pm
So good that she feels comfortable enough to eat in the habitat now
Suzanne Eaton saysMarch 22, 2022 at 4:42 pm
Co-habitating and at peace with the world. This is beautiful to see. Thank you for sharing.
Julie saysMarch 22, 2022 at 7:14 pm
It looks deliciously breezy at the sanctuary. I wonder if the girls like the breeze as much as we do.
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