ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WROC) — A baby giraffe was born at the Seneca Park Zoo Tuesday, the second born at the zoo since April.

The new giraffe calf is a boy, Monroe County Executive Adam Bello announced Wednesday. Bello said he was fitted with a leg splint shortly after birth because of lax tendons.

The calf will also need surgery for a congenital abnormality called an umbilical hernia. Bello said the surgery would happen in the coming weeks after the calf has had more time to bond with its mother, Kipenzi.

Kipenzi is one of the zoo’s two female giraffes. The other, Iggy, gave birth to a male named Olmstead on April 22. He was the first Masai giraffe ever born at the zoo.

The zoo’s Animals of the Savanna exhibit will be closed after the rhino enclosure for a few days so the giraffes have time to bond. The zoo’s tram service is suspended in the meantime.