Yesterday I was at Wildpark Schwarze Berge with friends of mine. I was quite surprised how big of a group we were at the end. The weather wasn't the greatest and of course the park was full of people, because it was saturday and also the Night of the Wolf. Kind of an Wolf event they had that day. I guess because the wild wolf is coming back to Germany and it's supposed inform the people that they don't have to be afraid of the big bad wolf, because infact the wolf doesn't really care for people, more for deer actually.
Most of the others have a better camera than me by now, but I tried not to feel discouraged by that, because I really love my camera and I also like the photos I took yesterday.
Here are the first photos when we entered the park. The first ones are otters, the favourite animals of my mum. I always think of her when I see these animals. You see my good friends Marie and Jenn feed the pot-bellied pig with an apple. I don't think these animals are cute or anything, but it was fun to watch those two hyping. In the next photo you see a peacock in his full grace next to that house. The others have probably a better caption of that because they have big zoom lenses, but I know myself. I loose track of the real details when I have too big of a zoom. The other ones are a picture of the skunks (with an albino one) and mushrooms. You know me. I somehow always take photos of mushrooms in forests. Don't know why.
Now this is the bunch of picture of the wolves. We were there when they were fed. They were kind of shy that day, the zookeeper said, because earlier the zookeepers had to enter their compound to fix something and wolves are very sensitive about their territories.
Then we continued to walk around the park again. Fallow deers, racoons, trees. In the end we visited 'Wolle' (that how some friends call him, I don't know if that is his real name.). He is a fox, mixture of red and silver fox. He is very pretty, I think.
At the end of the day I felt very cold because of all the rain and I was hungry, but it was a very lovely day and I was happy that I went.