A Wild Time at Pittsburgh Zoo Summer Safari 2016

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http://maientertainmentlaw.com/?search=prednisone-20-mg-tablet-schedule Have you ever visited Pittsburgh Zoo without the kids? Mr. Locke and I got all gussied up and headed to the zoo after hours for its 18th Annual Summer Safari last weekend and, man, am I glad we braved the rush hour traffic to check it out. From special animal encounters to amazing food from popular Pittsburgh restaurants and even the Zoo itself, we had a roarin’ good time! Miss the event or simply want a recap of what we loved? This one’s for you! What’s Pittsburgh Zoo Summer Safari?…

A Day in the Life of a Pittsburgh Zoo Summer Zoo Camper

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http://cinziamazzamakeup.com/?x=acquistare-viagra-online-generico-100-mg-a-Firenze I remember when The Kid was little- the first week of summer vacation and she was already asking to get out of the house and get into some fun. Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium’s Summer Zoo Camp is the perfect remedy for kids hankering for a day camp that’s filled with education, animal encounters and learning- and a wildly good time while on summer vacation! Peanut butter and jelly. Kids and animals. They go hand in hand, don’t they? I remember those awesome summer days when The Kid was in…

Disney’s Animal Kingdom at Night: Alive with New Attractions Beginning May 27, 2016

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How a Baby Sloth Captured My Heart at National Aviary

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Hey Kid, There’s a Flamingo on Your Knee!

http://cinziamazzamakeup.com/?x=acquistare-viagra-generico-50-mg-a-Firenze When we visit National Aviary, we never know what birds or other animals we’ll encounter. It’s fun to walk around, point out birds that are our favorites, and look for ones we’ve never seen before. On our last visit, we had the experience of a lifetime- Zookeeper for a Day. The Kid and I learned exactly what it takes to take care of hundreds of avian creatures (and a sloth named Wookie), what goes into their diets, and even had a behind the scenes moment with the flamingos in the Wetlands Exhibit.…

So That’s What a Giraffe’s Whiskers Look Like Up Close! #FortWayne

http://maientertainmentlaw.com/?search=buying-generic-propecia-fda-approved-canadian-drugstore Remember the 1980’s and how trips to the zoo would involve looking at all of the animals from behind a screened enclosure and glass windows? So much has changed in the zoo world in a couple of decades. Now, instead of merely admiring giraffes from afar, many zoos have interactive areas for their giraffes where you can feed them and even pet their heads if they’re willing. This is definitely my favorite giraffe pic from our visit to Fort Wayne in early June. The Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo has tons…

A Day at Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium

http://cinziamazzamakeup.com/?x=vardenafil-contrassegno-20-mg-prezzo The kid and I spent a gorgeous summer day at Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium earlier this week. We are zoo fans extraordinaire and have noticed a few common bonds between most zoos. Generally speaking, there will always be lions, tigers, and bears (oh, my!) at the larger zoos. Elephants, yes. Giraffes, probably. Monkeys? Highly likely. So, why do we love to visit different zoos in different cities with the same kinds of animals? Simply, we can never get enough of ’em! We love the sweet faces of wild animals…