ADVENTURES IN OUR AMERICAN DREAM travel blog

Jerry...

Lots of cool birds..

Zebra..

Elephants..

Mama and baby..

Beautiful peacocks..

Info..

 

Lunch at the Cafe.

View..

The train takes you to all the parks..

Zebras..

Giraffes...

Mama and baby elephants..

Peacocks everywhere...:-)

Riding the train to another park...

Vickie at the Botanical Garden...

Beautiful...

 

Love this picture of Vickie...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Jerry and Vickie..:-)

 

 

 

 

 

Koi Pond.

 

 

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Miniature town..

View of a train passing...

Walking back to the car we saw kangaroos...

Lions..

Beautiful birds..

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Last one! :-)


I totally forgot to post all the pictures from the trip to the Albuquerque Zoo and Botanical Gardens. Here is a post of information from their site below. It is huge. The Gardens were absolutely beautiful, I will let the pictures tell the story. :-)

The Albuquerque Biological Park (or Albuquerque BioPark) is an environmental museum located in Albuquerque, New Mexico. It contains four separate facilities:

Albuquerque Aquarium - An aquarium with a 285,000-US-gallon (1,080,000 l) ocean tank containing Gulf of Mexico saltwater species from estuaries, surf zone, shallow waters, coral reefs, and ocean, as well as many other exhibits.

ABQ BioPark Botanic Garden - A 36-acre (15 ha) botanic garden that includes a 10,000-square-foot (930 m2) glass conservatory housing plants from the desert and Mediterranean climate zones.[2]

Rio Grande Zoo - A 64-acre (26 ha) zoo, with 2.5 miles (4.0 km) of paths and more than 250 species of exotic and native animals. Elephants, giraffes, camels, lions, tigers, snow leopards, polar bears, hippos, gorillas, chimpanzees, zebras, and seals can be found here, along with more unusual animals such as koalas, hyenas, white rhinos, Tasmanian devils, wombats, and African wild dogs. There is a variety of birds, from storks and eagles to roadrunners.

Tingley Beach - fishing lake, model boating lake, picnic areas, narrow gauge railroad, and paths.

The Albuquerque Biological Park is an accredited member of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA).[1]

City records indicate more than 1,100 animals are in the BioPark’s care during the fiscal year (as of December 2016).[3]

The BioPark also operates a 36" narrow gauge railroad that connects these facilities.

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