Watch out friends, there's some new kids in town and they're taking over.

The Utica Zoo has announced the arrival of the new "kids" aka baby goats that were born last week on the property, and MAN, are they cute.

The Nigerian Dwarf Goat babies were born on the Peaceful Hollow Farm in Barneveld, New York on Wednesday, May 5, and now reside in the Children's Zoo's main barn.

The Utica Zoo is open daily from 10 AM to 4:30 PM. Don't forget your face mask. "Masks are still required, for visitors, staff, and animal safety. There have been confirmed cases of COVID in animals in other zoos so we will continue to take these precautions."

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"Mom Pyari gave birth recently to two cute babies who are on exhibit," the Utica Zoo shared on Facebook. "Both babies are doing well and mom is taking great care of them. Stop by often to watch them grow."

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The Utica Zoo is Offering Kids Summer Camp Options

Kids can head on over to the Utica Zoo this summer for five zooerific filled days of programs.  Zoo camp is a great place for kids to have fun and learn. They introduce campers to an inquiry-based learning environment, with STEAM activities that encourage group collaboration and learning. Camps are interactive and also include an animal meet and greets, enrichment projects, touring the zoo, and crafts.

All the sessions this summer are broken up into age groups. Find our more at uticazoo.org/zoocamp.

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