But the bird was hail and hardy, and the head of the airline guy, this was Bill Malay at that time, and he was the PanAm cargo general manager. Bill came out and a new Zealander named George Monroe, who was then in his 80s, the grand old man of Hawaiian Orthology. He’d come here in the 1890s and studied Hawaiian and stayed. He was in his late 80s. And we had a little party at the, not a true party, but we invited a correspondent who was a very clever correspondent of one of the papers, and he wrote the fine PR piece, even though no residents in Honolulu ever saw this bird, ’cause it was never on display. Again, it was great PR for the zoo. We’re helping San Diego Zoo, we’re helping the zoo in South Auckland. We’re enabling this bird to make this successful trip.