Thursday, May 7, 2015

It’s a Zoo Out There

We visited Zoo Montana recently.  Sometimes I wonder who’s watching whoDSC03870.  Occasionally they bring animals out.  This time it was twin OpossumsDSC03872 .  I’ve never been this close to one let alone twoDSC03873.  Other animals aren’t so exoticDSC03874but I still like ‘em.  I meant this shot to be silhouetted…I think it worked more or lessDSC03875.  The sign said this turkey would bite…yikesDSC03876.  This rabbit dealt with the heat in styleDSC03877.  It was over eighty degrees and the bumble bees were hard at workDSC03878.  Who doesn’t like May flowersDSC03880?  Sit here on a hot day and get brandedDSC03881.  A kid climbed the fence and got bitten by wolves last year…where were the parentsDSC03882?  Red Panda on breakDSC03883.  Cotton Woods are always around somewhereDSC03884.  Last stop:  the Bald EaglesDSC03885.  Today at home was much, much cooler but still prettyDSC03887.  Likely we should bring our flowers in tonightDSC03888.  Robins are nesting deep in one of these trees outside our front doorDSC03890.  Here’s a final spring flower for yaDSC03891.

4 comments:

  1. Beautiful series of nature photos, Joe! Thank you so much for sharing!

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    1. And thank you for visiting Linda!

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  2. Lovely day at the zoo. I haven't been to a zoo for at least 20 years. Guess having kids to share it with always helps. Wonderful photos.

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    1. Kids and my Mom. They made it all worth it! Thanks my friend.

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