Disney World Orlando Busy Tending to Animals, Maintaining Variety of Flora During COVID-19 Shutdown
By Michael Hollan, Fox News // April 25, 2020
Even with the doors closed there’s still plenty to do
(FOX NEWS) – Just because the parks are closed doesn’t mean that Disney is shut down. With Disneyland and Disney World shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic (along with other Disney parks across the globe), the usually busy theme parks may seem much quieter than usual.
Even with the doors closed, however, there’s still plenty to do.
Along with the animals, Disney World has a wide variety of flora that needs to be taken care of.
While the parks are closed, teams are still maintaining the topiaries, many of which are trimmed to look like various Disney characters.
Josh D’Amaro, president of Disney World, recently shared photos of a trip he took the park and showed off a bush trimmed to look like Mickey Mouse wearing a wizard’s outfit.
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Like many of you, I spend most days at home, but every so often I come in to thank the small group of Cast maintaining the magic at WDW. On a visit to #EPCOT this week, I was struck by the beauty and inspiration of our Flower & Garden Festival topiaries which are still here. They are a testament to how amazing our horticulture team is. Our Disney parks are places with so much emotion, memories and enormous potential – potential the world needs to believe in right now. And potential our Cast and Imagineers have anchored their lives to. I’m reminded how EPCOT stands out in this message of hope and the world coming together. And while EPCOT and other parts of our Resort are always special, they aren’t truly alive without our Cast. I know we’ll be back to make magic one day soon. #DisneyCastLife #WaltDisneyWorld #MagicHasAName
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