If you haven’t visited the new Tiger Trails exhibit at San Diego’s Safari Park you’re missing out. Big time. Kongo spent three hours big game hunting there yesterday and came back with some trophy images. Advertisements
While waiting for his allotted time to visit the Butterfly Jungle at San Diego’s Safari Park Saturday, Kongo spent a bit of time with a very outgoing Black Crowned Night Heron who was very comfortable in the daylight.
Kongo got up close and personal with more than 10,000 butterflies at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park when he visited the Butterfly Jungle yesterday. They flit, flutter, float, flop, and fly about landing on everything including Kongo’s camera, his backpack, and even on his head! Above a Postman butterfly rests before looking for more nectar.
Gorillas are naturally one of Kongo’s favorites when he visits a zoo and today he spent some time with this gorilla family at the San Diego Safari Park in Escondido, California.
A trip up to Safari Park, part of the San Diego Zoo, on this warm Sunday afternoon found some great shots of animals, including some newborns. Above a night heron poses on a rock.
This turkey vulture at the San Diego Wild Animal Park casts an eerie profile as it eyes a comrade taking off. View more eerie photos at the WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge.
A rare Pink Backed Pelican opens wide at San Diego’s Safari Park, part of the world famous San Diego Zoo. Faithful readers of Kongo’s blog will recall that the monkey has an affinity for waterfowl of all types and there were some great birds to see yesterday at the Safari Park.