The damp day didn’t bother the zoo inhabitants. They were all out in fine form, enjoying the coolth of what is normally a brutally hot August day.
The lioness sprawled atop her favorite rock in her abode. That sneer is for the other lioness, who isn’t cozily sprawled on a rock.
The eagles were perched where they could peer over their enclosure into the black bears. (Sorry for the blur – it looked fine in the small camera screen.) The eagles were Very Interested in bear antics. They watched for a long time.
The black bears were just wandering around, sniffing at weeds.
They were shedding, but didn’t seem to care as much today as last week, when they spent a lot of time rubbing on trunks. It makes for interesting patterns, though, doesn’t it?
The grizzlies, though, were restless.
“Hey, George, wanna play? ”
“Come on, George, you know you wanna play!”
“See? Just follow me, George!”
“Heh heh heh – I got George to follow me so I can circle back and get the good spot right where the Keepers will bring the food!”
One of my favorite koi came up to show off.
The komo dragon wants freedom.
Gertie’s flock mate, Brune, accompanied me to the exit, but not beyond. She knows the zoo is a grand place to be.
And as a bonus, for those who want to collect all the Mold-a-matics, here’s a list of their locations: