Return to NW Trek Wildlife Park

I returned to NW Trek Wildlife Park after posting photos only two weeks ago today. It is a very nice place to visit. It was a bit cold so I was glad I took my jacket. I also took a small camera to get better photographs, but the camera is not the problem it seems! I decided to post things that I did not post two weeks ago. By the way, the guy in the blue jacket is me.

me

I brought my small camera so I could get better photos than with my phone. See the quality improve!

tram and moose

A better camera is not always the solution! How many photos like this have you got?

MORE assorted animal photos follow:

moose

female moose–finally got a whole one!

bobcat viewpoint

Bobcat viewpoint. It rains so much here, we put roofs over everything not moving.

bobcat

bobcat

bobcat

bobcat

white wolf

white wolf

giant slug

giant slug

lynx

lynx

lynx

lynx

lynx

Lynx–You will not spot these cats in the woods easily

Some animals were sleeping and huddled up, so there were no good photos of them. Others were hiding. I will have to return again to display some of the others when they are more active and visible.

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    1. Es gibt auch viele Meilen von Wanderwegen zu Fuß entlang. Es ist mein Loro Parque. There are still more animals there which I was unable to show this time. Need to make one more visit I think.

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  1. You got to see a lot of wildlife. I love the lynx and the bobcat. That slug is scary, we don’t grow them that big in Massachusetts. 🙂

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    1. All the animals I saw in the previous trip I saw again this trip, but did not want to “repeat” animals here. The cougars I could not see. The bears were just big furry lumps sleeping in the distance.

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