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Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo October 12, 2014

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ftwaynechildrenszooWhat do zoo fans do in their free time?  We visit other zoos, of course.  While visiting the fabulous Toledo Zoo last week, we took a ride to the Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo in nearby Indiana.  It has been on my ‘to do’ list for a long time and I was not disappointed.  The zoo’s history is interesting and their exhibit animals are varied and unique. The zoo is open just six months a year and is loyally supported by it’s citizenry.

Next Sunday (October 19th) is our Central Park Zoo fall foliage photography workshop featuring enrichment pumpkins and fun for all.  There are still a few places available – guaranteed fun.

Also – on Saturday, November 8th from 8:30 to 10:30, we are running another photography opportunity.  Come one, come all. Check out all of the details (workshop includes breakfast and a chance to speak with our hard working keepers at their exhibits).FTWAYNE

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1. Larry and Sigrun Coffman - October 12, 2014

Judith,

We find the capuchin monkeys have the most rubbery, expressive face of all the monkeys. Being a children’s Zoo, do they allow physical contact with some of the animals?

As usual, great pictures.

Larry and Sigrun

judylobo - October 12, 2014

Hi Larry and Sigrun – glad to see that you still enjoy my Sunday photos. I did not see that the zoo allowed any physical contact other than in the barnyard area of the zoo. And I am not really sure why they call it a ‘children’s zoo.’

2. Mary - October 12, 2014

Great captures as always (frog pic soooo adorable!)….thanks Judy…:)


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