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This guy seems to be the official greeter at Wildlife Safari. I've been there twice with quite a few years in between and he was still there, directing the show, so to speak. He would go up to each car as it progressed along the route and of course you had to stop or you would run him over and I don't think that the bird would suffer as much as your car because he is a big bird, no pun intended. He would use his beak to knock on each windshield as if he were looking for something specific or perhaps to check for shady characters. I'd like to think that he was really looking for Chocolate!!! But of course that's a woman's point of view and what did you really expect me to say? After a few minutes you could creep along, definitely watching out for the feet that you knew were there and he would go to the next car in line and perform the same maneuvers. I would have really loved to know, just what was going through his mind. But then I'm just as curious as this big bird, again no pun intended.
Image taken at Wildlife Safari in Winston, Oregon.
Texture applied to image and then the whole image was desaturated.
Texture by Flypaper Textures.
September 12th, 2012
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