Wednesday, July 28, 2010
My daily walks...Photos from "Just Around the Corner"
KBR National Park is home to nearly 113 species of birds, 20 species of reptiles, 15 species of butterflies, 20 species of mammals and numerous invertebrates. It serves as an urban refuge for Jungle Cats, Palm Civets, Wild Boars, Hares, Mongooses, Monitor Lizards, Pythons, Cobras and other snakes. (Please don't tell Suzanne this last part!!). No large mammals are present in the national park. I know for a fact there are a at least a couple of musters of peacocks in there, too - - because they are awfully noisy.
Yes, a group of peacocks is called a "muster"!! Don't ever say that you haven't learned anything from this blog, O.K. !!
Anyway...I think the pictures came out pretty good. It was a little overcast this morning, which is great lighting for digital photography. I'm no Ansel Adams - but I like the photos!!
Here is a link to my Facebook Photo Album and those photos... Enjoy.