Feeds:
Posts
Comments

Posts Tagged ‘san diego zoo’

Thank you for joining Montrose and me for our continuing exploration of the San Diego Zoo.

IMG_5565

We went to see the koalas next. We were happy that they had photos and names for several of the koalas.

IMG_5564

They were mostly sleeping and were very difficult to see, let alone get a good photo of them.

IMG_5567

The giraffes were easy to see. They are so majestic.

IMG_5566

Isn’t the baby adorable?

IMG_5570

This antelope lives with the giraffes.

IMG_5571

This little donkey doesn’t look happy to see us, but he sure was cute.

IMG_5575

Montrose loved the flamingos! I had to explain to him that they really do not make good pets.

IMG_5589

Montrose enjoyed reading the information about the different animals.

IMG_5588

He thought the bears were very interesting. They had lovely enclosures with plants and caves. He was glad that they were far away. He is a bit afraid of bears.

We hope you enjoyed part two of our zoo adventure. We are looking forward to sharing part three with you.

 

Advertisements

Read Full Post »

Last summer was my first trip to the San Diego Zoo. I went with two of my children, two grandsons, my daughter in law, my wonderful husband, and Montrose Mushroom. We were in for a long and wonderful day.

IMG_5551

Here is everyone before we went inside.

IMG_5552

It is very important to have a map so you know where you are going. My grandson (3 at the time) was in charge of the map. He and Montrose studied it to see where we should go first.

IMG_5553

The Terrace Lagoon is a beautiful and peaceful area. Montrose loved seeing the fish and the plants.

IMG_5554

Montrose is sure that this fish was about to become a mother.

IMG_5555

It is difficult to pose with fish!

IMG_5557

There are wonderful statues throughout the zoo.

IMG_5558

Checking out the plants

IMG_5559

Many of the plants are labeled. It was fun being able to see what the names were and where they are from.

IMG_5561

The Tasmanian Devil Exhibit was closed when we were visiting, but the information sign and this awesome statue were available for us to look at.

There are so many incredible things to see at the zoo. I hope you will join Montrose and me as we continue to share photos of our trip.

Read Full Post »