Meet the Capybara Babies at the Cape May Zoo in New Jersey
The award-winning Cape May County Zoo welcomes new babies to one of my favorite places in New Jersey.
The Cape May County Zoo is one of the best zoos in the country.
Cape May County Zoo is always free and open daily except Christmas Day. Hours of operation for the Winter Zoo are 10:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and hours for spring and summer will be available soon.
The zoo welcomes new and adorable baby capybaras. This is the second litter born at the zoo in a few months to mom, Budette. If you remember, recently the Cape May County Zoo asked everyone to name the new babies. Maybe they will do it with these little ones too.
Here is the announcement of the zoo on Facebook:
Capybaras are the largest rodent species in the world. Budette lives with his friend Mikey and the daddy of these adorable babies. Just a few months ago, Budette and Mikey had a litter of cute new babies at the Cape May Zoo.
Meet the new baby Capybaras at the Cape May Zoo.
This is a fantastic 20 minute encounter where you will be close and personal to the Capybara family. You will see Maman, Budette and Papa, Mickey and their babies. You’ll learn about these amazing rodents, watch them eat, and offer them to “browse” to eat on the zoo’s website. All encounters with the capybara are private. They have several encounters with animals, Click here to know more.
If you’ve never been to Cape May Zoo, you’ll love it. It’s free and thanks to donations from everyone who come in through the door, they can be free for everyone. Make it a full day of family fun. There are picnic tables and a park.
For more information on the Cape May Zoo, Click here.