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Sunday, February 16, 2014

A Few from the Zoo - San Diego Zoo, Feb 8-9, 2014

Here are a few images from the weekend of February 8-9 at the San Diego Zoo.

I spotted this Mallard Duck hanging out in the Malayan Tapir's pool on my way down the Tiger Trail.


On Saturday they gave Connor, the Malayan Tiger, a mid-afternoon snack - a large cow femur bone. He really seems to enjoy these things.



The Flamingos were lit up nicely in the late afternoon sunlight at the lower lagoon area.



Is this the McKayla Maroney "not impressed" sneer on the Southern Gerenuk?



Very late in the afternoon I went up to check out the African Lions and the Jaguars.  Nindiri, the female Jaguar, was out and about.


The Lions spent most of the time sleeping, but they did wake up for a few minutes, right before we had to leave as the Zoo was closing.


The Secretary Bird was in a great spot, with just a bit of light left as the sun dropped below the horizon.


I went back on Sunday, late in the afternoon, and spent a few hours hanging out with Connor, the Malayan Tiger.




     Click here to see more images from the San Diego Zoo from the weekend of Feb 8-9, 2014.
     

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