Second time walking the Scenic Tour in Jewel Cave. The 723 stairs are quite the work out! Click any image to view larger.
Had a great time visiting Reptile Gardens last week. Love their bird show! I was also very lucky and was in the dome as they were feeding the snake collection. After watching the keeper dodge two black mambas as they lunged at him I don’t envy that job at all. That being said, I do have a couple photos of snakes going to town on mice/rats, so if that’s not your thing proceed with caution.
After driving by Bear Country so many times I finally made it inside. Unfortunately it was in the middle of a warm afternoon so most of the animals were keeping a low profile. At least the badgers and the bear cubs were still very active and were very enjoyable to watch. As always click any image to view larger.
And one last photoblog from last month’s roadtrip. Palisades State Park in Garretson, South Dakota. Click any image to view larger.
And almost a month later here’s my photoblog from The Badlands. Click any image to view larger.
Took a little roadtrip to Minnesota a few weeks ago including a quick trip to the Minnesota Zoo. It was a muggy but enjoyable visit. Click any image to view larger.
Final photo blog from my Denver trip. Just a few snapshots from the Denver Museum of Nature of Science. Some of the best taxidermy displays I have ever seen!
While in Denver last month I spent two days at the Denver Zoo. I highly recommend a visit if you’re ever in the Denver area. Founded in 1896 some areas, such as the feline building, are a bit old school zoo design and feel a bit cramped. But other exhibit spaces are modern and very spacious. In fact the elephant habitat is said to be one of the largest in the world! Continue reading
A few of my favorite photos from my winter visit to The Badlands last month. Click any image to view larger.
Final photo blog from last month’s roadtrip. Here are a few photos from Pipestone National Monument in southwestern Minnesota. As always click on an image to view larger.