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Radar - the Little Pink Burro

Kathleen Mayberry of Riverside, California sent an email to Art DiGrazia, manager of the Ridgecrest Wild Horse and Burro facility, letting Art know about the little surprise they received after they adopted a young burro.

"We adopted a yearling pink BLM Burro from the adoption in Norco on April 14th," Kathleen said. "After we had her for 2 weeks, her stomach blossomed and we thought we were feeding her to much, then about a week later we saw movement. She was pregnant." Kathleen stated.

"Just letting you know that we were blessed with the CUTEST little Pink Jack on July 13th at 6:30 a.m.," said Kathleen.

She named the mom, Gypsy and the baby, Radar. Kathleen sent photos to share. We agree, little Radar is the CUTEST!

Radar - the little pink burro - at one day-old, with owner, Kathleen Mayberry.

Radar - the little pink burro - at one day-old

 

Radar and Gypsy, taking a little nap

Radar and Gypsy, taking a little nap

 

One-day  old Radar, watching Mom roll in the dirt.

One-day  old Radar, watching Mom roll in the dirt.


BLM California News.bytes, issue 291

 
Last updated: 07-23-2007