Located in the heart of the zoo, Waterfowl Lake offers landscaped paths
where visitors can see native Waterfowl, Chilean flamingos and a
nesting pair of trumpeter swans. In the summer, families of lemurs and
gibbons vacation on the lake's islands.
Wade Hall, one of the oldest zoo buildings in North America, dots the
shore of Waterfowl Lake. The Zoo's Public Greenhouse is also located near Waterfowl Lake. It
exhibits hundreds of plants, including Queen sago, ficus, pencil tree,
and chestnut vine.
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