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My name is Mark. I have been involved in animal care and conservation for as long as I can remember. I consider animals some of my best friends and I enjoy working with them every chance I get. Currently, in my free(?) time I work with the Tulsa Zoo as a volunteer educator teaching children and adults all about the animals that I work with. Additionally, I help with the care of most of the education animals I work with from Blue Jays to Red Tail Hawks and Falcons. From Austrialian bearded dragons to ball pythons. From brown and fruit bats to geckos. I love them all but my favorites are the birds and reptiles.

I got started building bird houses several years ago when I saw some little finches scurrying about on a particularily snowy and cold day and wanting to do my part to help. I have used my experiences with working with various birds and their habitats to pick some designs that I really like and are functional and attractive at the same time. I hope that you enjoy them and will join me in an effort to protect our song birds and beautify America via our own backyards at the same time. Below are some pictures from some of my most memorable moments. There are really too many to show them all.

This is a picture of me working with one of my favorite raptors, a Kestral. Kestrals are the smallest member of the Falcon family. She is really a sweet bird, but can be demanding at times. Kestral
Alligator Move over Steve Erwin. This is a picture of me caring for one of our Alligators on a particularly hot day. You have to look close to see her, She is the smart one in the shade to my right.
Hey, even elephants need a bath from time to time. For those of you who have not had this experience, it's kind of like washing an RV. This is Gunda. Gunda is over 50 years old now and has one of the most interesting stories, starting with being abandoned in Jamaca when she was only a year old, that I have ever heard. There has even been a book written about her.

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