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Queens for a Day March 20, 2022

Posted by judylobo in Zoo.
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 It has been almost one year since I visited the delightful 18 acre Queens Zoo. My goal was to see their adorable eight month old Andean bear cubs. I was not disappointed. The cubs were active until late morning. They got tired pretty much the same time that I did. I was charmed by the noisy but beautiful thick-billed parrots, lynx, pumas, elk, sea lions, bison, family farm and of course their pair of pudu. I encourage you to visit while these cubs are still young. You too can be Queen (or King) for a day.

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1. Irina Clark - March 20, 2022

Spring starts today. Great suggestion for getting outdoors!

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Ellen Lee - March 20, 2022

So glad you got to see the cubs. They are very special. You captured them, as well as the rest of the inhabitants beautifully.

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judylobo - March 20, 2022

Thanks Ellen

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judylobo - March 20, 2022

It is another beautiful day

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2. Mary Radice - March 20, 2022

Splendid pics Judy – Happy Spring and thanks!
I especially love the heron in flight – stunning…..and by the way I once actually saw herons fly off and was sad to see them go – but I moved on with no egrets….. 🙂

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judylobo - March 20, 2022

Guffaw

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3. Karen Riedel - March 20, 2022

Wonderful pictures…now I have to get to the Queens Zoo. I do love the zoo, and I had forgotten how adorable the black bears are and all the rest. I particularly like their aviary. Thank you for the pics.

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judylobo - March 20, 2022

Get there in the morning. That’s when the cubs are out and about.

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4. judy sillen - March 20, 2022

So sweet. 🌞❤️

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5. fotobuff14 - March 21, 2022

Great shots Judy!

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