After we finished at the educational building, we went to North America and then the Heart of Africa. We were fortunate the Heart of Africa was open because they are only open in the fall, winter, and spring during better weather.
The brown bear was up and about pacing around his exhibit. Since he was on the move, I was unable to get a clear photo of him/her.
We saw very little of North America since we headed to the Heart of Africa and then onto the shuttle back to the front of the zoo.
The decorations between the Polar area of North America and Heart of Africa.
There were so many animals out in Heart of Africa. The lions, warthogs, cheetahs, and giraffes were all out and about which was cool.
Hubby offered to pay for me to feed the giraffes so I did that which was neat.
Here are some photos of the other animals in the Heart of Africa.
The beautiful foliage and one of the signs in the Heart of Africa.
After we got done with the Heart of Africa, we went to get the shuttle back to the front of the zoo. Instead of the typical shuttle, they had a hay ride. One of the men on the hay ride was loud and very talkative. We were entertained during out ride back to the front.
I hope you enjoyed the photos from when we visited the Columbus Zoo in October. The boys and I went back to the zoo on November 23rd to see the Wildlights. I have that on my list to share with you.