(Albany, Ga.)- Two baby emus made their debut into the world at Chehaw Wild Animal Park on March 1, 2011. After some special care and time with their mother, the emus are now available for public viewing. There is just one problem, the emus need names!
Chehaw is opening up the naming process to the public and will be taking suggestions for names from now until June 1st.
Guests can submit their names via standard mail to Tonya Hart, 105 Chehaw Park Rd., Albany, GA, 31707 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The emus are native of Australia, so Chehaw asks that the names have an Australian flare.
Once the names are selected, the winners will receive a behind the scenes tour to meet the baby emus and have lunch with Chehaw's Zoo Director, Kevin Hils.
About the parks at Chehaw-
Featuring one of only two zoos in Georgia accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA), Chehaw also includes a BMX bicycle race track, 18-hole disc golf course, Wild Trail for walkers and runners and one of the largest playgrounds in the state.
Chehaw hosts special events throughout the year, like the Native American Cultural Festival in the spring, Swamp Stomp Summer Camps in the summer and Festival of Lights during the holidays.
Chehaw offers one of the area's finest facilities for events such as weddings, family reunions and birthday parties. Come visit Nature's Playground today and make it home to your next special occasion. For more information, visit www.chehaw.orgor become a Facebook fan atwww.facebook.com/chehaw .
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