Tag: national zoo

Great Bear Spirit

Great Bear Spirit I seek your lessons. Show me how to sink deep within myself to find the answers I seek. Teach me to understand That I possess all the resources necessary to survive. Help me know when to seek solitude, As you do in winter, And also […]

Asian Small-Clawed Otters

Falling into the category of “way too cute” are the Asian Small-Clawed Otters in the Smithsonian National Zoological Park in Washington D.C. As the smallest of otters of the 13 types of otters in the world, these Asian otters are guaranteed to charm the pants off of anyone. […]

A Zoo Stroll

The visit yesterday at the Smithsonian National Zoological Park was not just to enjoy Luke the Lion’s new Pride but to also discover other exciting and exotic wildlife. Let’s first watch Luke trying to take a mid-morning rest, while his cubs had other ideas. We walked towards the […]

Mr. Anteater

“Mr Anteater” Hello Mr. Anteater And how are you today? I saw you over there Just going about your day. You have a sticky tongue Just made for eating ants You snuff into their homes And scare them out their pants. Your claws are long and sharp Just […]

Tree Huggers

Let’s join in with Luke the Black Maned Lion and his son John in a great tree hugger love fest. We love trees Trees are our friends. Trees support our lives. They provide shelter from the sun. They provide heat in the winter. Trees are awesome.

King Luke and His Pride

Meet King Luke, king of the jungle at the National Zoo in Washington D.C. and his large pride of seven beautiful cubs. Two sisters, Shera and Nababiep are Luke’s lovely ladies who generously provided seven healthy cubs in late summer of 2010. Scheduling a field trip January 2011 […]