The Albuquerque Biological Park, often referred to as the BioPark, is made up of four separate facilities: an aquarium, botanical garden, Tingley Beach, and the Rio Grande Zoo. A small train system connects the four sections of the BioPark providing a fun and easy way to travel between attractions. Although we had a chance to tour […]
As I started the second year of my blog, I enrolled in an online class with Capture Your 365. One of the first assignments was to capture half of something. This American Alligator sunning himself at the Albuquerque BioPark Zoo would have made a good submission!
While we do adore Berlin, the polar bear at the Kansas City Zoo, it was fun meeting twin brothers Kiska and Koluk at the Albuquerque BioPark Zoo in New Mexico over Spring Break. One of them acted like an 800-pound pet dog, tossing a toy across the Inukshuk Bay enclosure, sliding down into the water, and retrieving it. […]
Gibbons are lightweight apes that can weigh between 10 and 30 pounds. Like all apes, gibbons don’t have tails. Unlike all apes, gibbons mate for life. The lighter colored arm just to the left of this shot, belongs to this cutie’s mate, and every time I’ve visited the Sunset Zoo, the two of them have been […]
The last place I lived when I was a college student at Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kansas (back in a year that started with a 1) was near the Sunset Zoo. My long, mind-clearing walks would often take me through the zoo which was not much more than some native birds and a bobcat or two. […]
Bringing my photos from Zoo Atlanta in for a landing, here is one last post. Yes, I could have included them in my Zoo Atlanta Review post, but there were already a lot of other photos in that post. Plus, how could a girl currently trapped living in Kansas miss an opportunity to leverage a Wizard of […]