I took so many photos at the zoo that I couldn’t post them all at once, so I decided to break it into 3 parts. It was a nice day, warm but not hot. The zoo was busy but not overcrowded. Perfect really. So here’s part 2:
There were a lot of exhibits under renovation, and there were a lot of animals out of sight – sleeping in a cave. Considering that we still enjoyed it immensely. The budgies were adorable and we spent a lot of time trying to get them to land on our fingers. Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be inside a birdcage? Go to Franklin Zoo and you can experience it.
3 thoughts on “Franklin Zoo Part 2”
its hard to imagine being in a cage…. that is the drawback of zoos however… without the facility the chances of interacting with wildlife is just by chance …. the yellow green bird shots are the best example of close encounters. thank you for stopping by. 🙂
Thank you for stopping by. Yes, I always have mixed emotions about zoos, confining the animals, but I love the animals so much and really appreciate being able to get close enough to touch.