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Thank You A Flamingo Day Indeed!

Posted by labrea 7NYC (My Page) on
Thu, Jul 26, 07 at 0:20

Thanks Pete I was just going to hang around and do ,,,,,nothing!!!!!!!!!! I thought it was too lat but Edd said it's never too late!!!!!! You normally need at least 5 to 6 hours to take it all in 265 acres a couple of thousand animals. Oh one other problem Wednesday is free day thousands of daycamp kids!. I raced through got to get a few pics of one of the flamiingo flocks but not the very red ones or the roseatte spoonbills! I could hardly read what I was getting shots of there were so many kids on the rails thank goodness for a good telephoto lens! ddid even get close to the bears or gorillas or snow leopards cheatas ocelots I'll go back on a tuesday or Thursday! Thanks for all your well wishes anyone know any of the bird names tell me I did get a few!

Here is a link that might be useful: Bronx Conservancy walk around

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RE: Thank You A Flamingo Day Indeed!

WOW, for all those kids you did GREAT!

RE: Thank You A Flamingo Day Indeed!

Love the names of some of your photos and I see one of the lion shots that is posed so it reminds me of one of our cats. Glad you had a good B'day.

RE: Thank You A Flamingo Day Indeed!

Love the photos and got a good laugh out of your titles.


RE: Thank You A Flamingo Day Indeed!

great shots and cool critters! I love big cats - could stare at them for hours (from a safe distance!) and all sorts of monkeys - they look so human! (wonder if they all stare at us and tell each other "I swannee, they look just like monkeys, don't they?"

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