These are the last of the pictures that I have. 😞 As sad as it is that I don't have more to share with you, I am so thankful to be caught up on editing, and the last time I went there was a day I'll remember for a long time! It was that day that I was able to see Sukari, the baby giraffe, for her first time out of the barn and in the pasture. On that day, I also witness Hazel's joey fall out of her pouch. It was so amazing to see such a tiny joey, but it was even more awesome because Hazel had been much more particular than the other moms about keeping her joey tucked away. The zookeepers were aware that Hazel's joey had fallen out before, but they had been unable to get to it before it climbed back into it's mom's pouch. This meant that the zookeepers still had been unable to determine the sex of the joey. Thanks to me being at the right place, at the right time, I was able to capture these images which have helped them determine that Hazel's joey is a little girl! Isn't she so adorable?!?! 😍
Friday, November 6, 2020
Thursday, November 5, 2020
I'm almost done posting all of my pictures from this past season at the zoo. I just have pictures for today and tomorrow. It feels so weird to not have going to the zoo in my schedule anymore, but I am grateful for the time to get caught up on other things I've neglected. I've felt so privileged that I have been able to go to the zoo just about once a week from the beginning to the end of their season this year. I've also really enjoyed watching these little joeys getting bigger and bigger! 😍
Wednesday, November 4, 2020
Tuesday, November 3, 2020
Monday, November 2, 2020
These posted in the opposite order. I still haven't figured out why that happens sometimes. Oh well. It's not a big deal. Anyways, these first few pictures are of Molly and her little boy.