During the Bishop Backers Community Day 2018 event held Saturday inside the Gordon Field House on the Ohio Wesleyan University campus, the Columbus Zoo & Aquarium provided attendees the opportunity to get an up-close look at several animals. Pictured is Delaware resident Tori Waddell, 8, interacting with Flounder, a 3-year-old male African black-footed penguin, as James Gentzel, animal program specialist at the zoo, looks on.

During the Bishop Backers Community Day 2018 event held Saturday inside the Gordon Field House on the Ohio Wesleyan University campus, the Columbus Zoo & Aquarium provided attendees the opportunity to get an up-close look at several animals. Pictured is Delaware resident Tori Waddell, 8, interacting with Flounder, a 3-year-old male African black-footed penguin, as James Gentzel, animal program specialist at the zoo, looks on.


During the Bishop Backers Community Day 2018 event held Saturday inside the Gordon Field House on the Ohio Wesleyan University campus, the Columbus Zoo & Aquarium provided attendees the opportunity to get an up-close look at several animals. Pictured is Delaware resident Tori Waddell, 8, interacting with Flounder, a 3-year-old male African black-footed penguin, as James Gentzel, animal program specialist at the zoo, looks on.

During the Bishop Backers Community Day 2018 event held Saturday inside the Gordon Field House on the Ohio Wesleyan University campus, the Columbus Zoo & Aquarium provided attendees the opportunity to get an up-close look at several animals. Pictured is Delaware resident Tori Waddell, 8, interacting with Flounder, a 3-year-old male African black-footed penguin, as James Gentzel, animal program specialist at the zoo, looks on.
https://www.delgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2018/02/web1_Zoo.jpgDuring the Bishop Backers Community Day 2018 event held Saturday inside the Gordon Field House on the Ohio Wesleyan University campus, the Columbus Zoo & Aquarium provided attendees the opportunity to get an up-close look at several animals. Pictured is Delaware resident Tori Waddell, 8, interacting with Flounder, a 3-year-old male African black-footed penguin, as James Gentzel, animal program specialist at the zoo, looks on.