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End of the Year Zoo Photos December 31, 2010

Posted by judylobo in Amphibians, Animal Video, Baby Animals, Big Cats, Birds, Black and White Ruffed Lemurs, Fish, Mammals, Mongoose, Mountain Coati, Nature, Orangutan, photography, Pigs, Polar Bears, Red Pandas, Reptiles, Sea LIons, Snow Leopard, Snow Monkeys, Wildlife, Zoo.

I continue my tradition of ending the year with a look from ‘behind’. It was a zoo-sational year for a zoo nut like me.  Along with some of my like minded zoo pals we were able to visit new zoos and places around the country and thanks to many wonderful new friends get some amazing behind the scenes access.  If you missed some of the visits, check out my photos from the Everglades, the Palm Beach Zoo, the Miami Metro Zoo, Flamingo Gardens, the Cleveland MetroParks ZooThe Akron Zoo, The Toldedo Zoo, The Erie Zoo, The Pittsburgh Zoo and a personal favorite there, the Polar Bear Plunge, The Columbus Zoo, The Louisville Zoo, The Cincinnati Zoo and the best Insect House anywhere, The Newport Aquarium, Pittsburgh’s National Aviary, the always wonderful San Francisco Zoo, a very worthwhile VIP tour of Six Flags Wild Safari, Southwick’s Zoo, Whale and Dolphin watching, out of Gloucester, MA, the Cape May Zoo, the Raptor Trust, the Philadelphia Zoo, and of course home base, the Central Park Zoo where we all met the newest residents, the Mountain Coatis, Lobo, Lev and Wolfie .  I am looking forward to new Zoo adventures in 2011. Don’t forget to watch Gus, the polar bear enjoying some snow in my video below.

Central Park Zoo: Mid-November November 14, 2010

Posted by judylobo in Birds, Mammals, Mongoose, Mountain Coati, Nature, photography, Pigs, Red Pandas, Sea LIons, Wildlife, Zoo.
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While at the Central Park Zoo this week I saw five adorable new goats at the Tisch Children’s Zoo. Also look for the new muntjac and the fat growing baby mongooses and mountain coatis. To see these photos larger go here. Don’t forget to view the short video of Central Park Zoo’s penguins below.