Ever wanted to take a safari? The Global Wildlife Center in Folsom Louisiana is like a safari in the South. Okay, so there may not be lions and cheetahs chasing herds of elephants, but you do get to see giraffes, deer, zebras, and so much more.
The Constant Rambler takes you across North America in this amazing series of wildlife photos. This is a small collection of some of our favorite wildlife photos from our travels. Enjoy! :)
20.) Blue Heron
Every once in a while, here at TheConstantRambler, we take a tour somewhere and leave that place a changed person. The most recent example of this was the Big Cat Rescue in Tampa, Florida. We entered the Big Cat Rescue expecting to find something like a zoo; smallish pens, animals on display, and a focus on giving visitors a big bang for their buck. We left the Big Cat Rescue feeling like we had just left a monastery where we were intruding on the sanctuary created for these beautiful felines. The owners and staff have done an amazing job putting together a place where abused, abandoned, and injured big cats can recover and live out their lives in peace and relative solitude.
We traveled through the city of Valdez , Alaska and came across one of the most amazing sights I have ever seen in nature. While entering the city, after crossing through Thompson’s Pass, we came across hundreds of bald eagles nesting in trees and fishing in the streams. It was very easy to see why these are America’s national bird. They are so majestic. There were so many of them, we just had to stop and take it all in.
I love my dogs! I love having them by my side everyday. If I could, I would take them everywhere with me. Zoe and Punkin have been on countless vacations with me. They have climbed mountains and waded in oceans with me right by their side. They fill my heart with joy and I cannot picture my life without them …with that being said though, I have to confess that I have a cheating heart! I suffer from a severe malady – Puppy Love! I need dog snogs and I don’t care where I get them! :(