Koi on the move

Kerry Wood Nature Centre staff Kaley Zunio, left, and Andrea Dillingham look in on a new addition to the lobby at the nature centre.

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Kerry Wood Nature Centre staff Kaley Zunio, left, and Andrea Dillingham look in on a new addition to the lobby at the nature centre. While their permanent home at the Red Deer Museum is under renovation, several 10-to-20-year-old Japanese koi have been relocated to two large pools at the nature centre and will remain there until renovations are completed. When they finally do move back to the museum, the fish will have an improved environment complete with a waterfall. Nature centre staff hope their temporary location will be a fruitful one as one of the large fish is carrying several thousand eggs that they hope will result in many baby fish.

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