Lion Country Safari

Wildlife

Herd mobility

I know this is not a trail in which I could even run. But how awesome would that be, just saying. We recently took a trip to West Palm Beach. And we got to see the awesome animals at Lion Country Safari.

Have you ever been there? If you have, you will know that the Lions are sort of double fenced now. There was a time when you drove through the area where the Lions were, but I think too many people got weird and open their windows or maybe hopped out. So now you drive inside especially fenced area with another fence in between you and the animals.

Aside from that feature, you’ll drive right alongside walking wildebeests. As you will see, an ostrich came up and wanted to eat my wife. Not really. I don’t know if someone has been rolling their window down and feeding ostriches lately or if it’s just the park staff that feeds them in this way. But big old ostrich wanted to pack inside our window. I would imagine this could be extremely frightening for some people. My oldest daughter cannot stand birds in general. So for her sake, it’s a good thing that the ostrich found a liking to my wife in the front seat.

I have a special fondness for this place. It is a trail that is driven through, but it is so worth the time. It’s a little expensive in my opinion. But hey, everyone’s got to make a living.

If they ever have a marathon, or half marathon running on the same path wouldn’t you like to give it a try. I would imagine the rhinoceros is probably the biggest danger. Could have some park rangers staking out around the rhinoceros to make sure they don’t go for the runners. I know, I’m only dreaming. But let’s have a look at some of the pictures that we came up with. These are all shot with my Pixel 2. I forgot my Canon M50. I hope you enjoy.

That oughta do it.

Again, I ask, have you ever been to Lion Country Safari? If so, what did you think? Do you have any pictures to share? What was your favorite animal?

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