Archive for the ‘zoos’ Tag

sleeping zebra

Sleeping Zebras

Sleeping Zebra, The Phoenix Zoo

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Oystercatchers

Oystercatchers

Photo Week: The Central Park Zoo

Central Park Zoo
The Central Park Zoo, New York, NY.

2009 Desk Calendars

They’re here! They’re here!! Order your 2009 Desk Calendars today!

The 2009 desk calendars are now available! Buy now to see the animal representatives from my 12 favorite zoos! Independently designed and funded, they make a great holiday gift, so don’t delay, buy some today.

The calendar is just $12 (plus shipping), a bargain for a unique and personal gift! Buy several! Still have a case from past years? Reuse it, and get the 2009 inserts for just $10.

For shipping add $2 for the first and $1 per additional calendar until flat rate shipping deals kick in. I’ll send as many as you’d like wherever you’d like.

Cash and checks accepted.

Please contact me via e-mail mary@maryschwalm.com with questions and orders.

Thank you for your continued support.

Photo Week: Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium

Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium

Enjoy a smattering from a great visit to the Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium in Tacoma, Washington. Add this zoo to your must visit list, it’s now one of my top ten favorite zoos and aquariums!

crowd

Sea Otters

Sea Otters, Seattle Aquarium.

trouble maker

Gorillas, Wildlife Conservation Society

Two Gorilla’s tussle at the Bronx Zoo.

Photo Week: Southwick’s Zoo

Southwick's Zoo

Southwick’s Zoo, Mendon, Massachusetts.

losing at hide and seek

Otter, Capron Park Zoo

I’m actually calling this a draw in a game of hide and seek with a playful otter at the Capron Park Zoo in Attleboro, Mass.. Every time I leaned in to shoot past a reflection, he ducked just inside the end of the log. I worked it for a good five minutes before he claimed victory, exited the back of the log, and went for a swim. Oh well, it was a good abdominal work out.

belonging to reeve

Reeve's Muntjac

Reeve’s Muntjac, The Capron Park Zoo, Attleboro, Massachusetts. Still looking for Mary’s Muntjac