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New curator, interim manager keep Micke Grove Zoo swinging

South Lodi zoo running smoothly thanks to new curator, interim manager

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Posted: Saturday, September 8, 2012 12:00 am

As San Joaquin County officials look for a new manager to replace Ken Nieland at Micke Grove Zoo, the south Lodi animal kingdom is being run by a long-time zookeeper and a curator who has researched exotic animals all over the world.

James Rexroth has spent a little more than 30 years with the county, most of it at Micke Grove Zoo, where he was involved in feeding and cleaning animals, administering medicine, assisting veterinarians and what he called “exhibit development.”

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