Hey Nicole. Just wanted to keep you posted on how my internship is going. Today is the second week of my internship at the Maine Wildlife Park. It's Monday the 18th. I started working today at 11:00-4:00. It's really cold here today, but the park is really busy. I've been doing my usual computer research, for construction of the enclosures we will be building here pretty soon. Today I'm doing research on both the woodchucks and the opossum. It was kind of a slow morning.....UNTIL around 12:00, one of the women that works in the office here with me (but also works at the park, and graduated from Unity in 2007!) told me that over the weekend they got a baby moose at the park. Someone had brought it in because it had been abandoned by it's mother. So right after she had told me this, Curt (the guy I set my internship up through) offered to take me down to look at the baby moose. We walked down to the center where they keep baby animals they receive. Curt showed me where the baby moose (which they name Wilbur) was being kept, and opened the gate to let me look at Wilbur. He is so cute! he's about a week or two old, and he's VERY skinny. I would say he's about 3-4 feet tall. But he's so sweet! He came right over to me and let me pet him. Although he's very sweet, and adorable, I could also tell that he was really scared. He kept calling out for his mother the whole time we were in there, and after we left. He was very soft, and actually looked sort of like a baby donkey, mostly because of how big his ears are and the shape of his head. Of course today I forgot my real camera, but I brought my cell phone, so I took some pictures with that. Luckily Wilbur will be at the park for most of the summer, so I should have plenty of time to take pictures later on. I'm sure he will grow really fast though, and then I wont be able to play with him anymore. I will keep you posted! talk to you on the 25th! also I will e-mail you the picture of the moose from my phone, so you can see how cute he is!