The one guy that was assistant head keeper was one of the first people from the zoo to go up there to work on the fence, which was a huge undertaking. I mean, this area that he had to have fenced in was like 1000 acres, I mean, it was huge. And then they were able to convert a lot of these barns for hoofstock. They converted a lot of the buildings to small mammal and bird facilities. So it took money, but Chris was appointed to run that operation and he did a superb job with the people he had and the herds up there grew to huge sizes. I mean, that was the only place I can remember going to watch Pere David deer in his natural environment as you could find having the stags actually fight each other over the females during breeding season. I mean, it was that big. And we had that many animals and it was a major success story for the National Zoo.