Arts & StyleNews Animals visit Shepherd for midterm wildlife exhibit By Jessica Daughtry - October 11, 2018 0 708 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter A toucan perched in its cage during the Rams Zen wildlife exhibit on Wednesday, Oct. 11, at Shepherd University's Rams Den. Program Board members Nikki Johnson and Valentina Preciado Bello welcomed students to the Rams Zen wildlife exhibit. Shepherd students observed the African and North American animals provided by the Rams Zen exhibit, conducted by the Program Board to educate students on wildlife. Staff member Molly Brick taught students how to feed the exhibit’s parrots. The black cat, Midnight, relaxed during the Rams Zen event. Parrots perched on a branch during the Program Board event. Animal coloring pages were provided as souvenirs. Staff member Molly Brick showed off Morty the snake.