A fun time has been enjoyed visiting The Toronto Zoo with over 500 species or so; located in the Rouge Valley next to the Rouge Valley Conservation Centre at the eastern boundary of the City.
This year for our Thanksgiving weekend, Robson & I visited with our cameras to scope out the Canadian Domain and which included passing by the Americas and Tundra areas.
We had a lot of fun watching Bears (Grizzly and Polar) , Lynx, Cougar, Bison, Arctic Foxes. Also we watched for close to an hour multiple species of waterfowl and pond loving birds to be found enjoying the "Weston Pond" which is a protective wildlife sanctuary populated at this time of the year by migrating and overwintering birds.
On our way, we also passed by the tail-end of the African Savanna section which offers an opportunity to view Lions, Hyenas, African Penguins, White-breasted Cormorants, Cape Shelduck and more...
At the very beginning of our six hour outing we quickly visited the Indo-Malaya section of the Zoo to visit the Butterfly Pavilion which is always a treat.
We hope you enjoy our select photos of this visit as much as we enjoyed watching and capturing these 'Fotos'
To find out more about the Toronto Zoo - please visit their website at: http://www.torontozoo.com - highly recommended to visit anytime of the year...
From David & Robson