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Central Park Zoo – May, 2019 May 19, 2019

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As most of you know, the Central Park Zoo is my home base. While fall is my favorite season I admit to being captivated with spring too. Our cool, rainy weather has made everything green and colorful. Today is our final zoo photo session of the season featuring flowers as animal enrichment. I am optimistic it will be a successful, fun visit for all. Photos, next week.

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1. Terry Phelan - May 19, 2019

They look like they’re ready for enrichment and posing…. >

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2. harb43 - May 19, 2019

Lovely juxtapositions of flora and fauna. Wet and cool, you say??? Will Spring be coming to the East Coast, or will we flop straight into summer?

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judylobo - May 19, 2019

Hahaha – I expect it to be hot and humid soon enough.

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3. joel dowshen - May 19, 2019

What a glorious day for it! How ’bout some pix of you being enriched?

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4. Lori Micken - May 19, 2019

thank you for the great pictures . Was sorry to hear It’s the end of your season for sending them. Here in southern Montana we’re having snow and its 27° this morning. Lori Micken

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judylobo - May 19, 2019

Brrrr to your weather. I am sure spring will eventually get to you. I will keep sending my Sunday photos each week, don’t worry.

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5. Mary Radice - May 19, 2019

All so nice….and especially love the kissing (and near kissing) captures! 🙂

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6. Mary Radice - May 19, 2019

All so nice….especially love the kissing (and near kissing) captures! 🙂

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