Lil at The Wilds

I went to the Wilds yesterday. I went with Gram and Tompa and Mom and Dad because I like to see all the African animals.

rhino at wilds

In Africa, they killed the rhinoceroses to get their horns. These rhinoceroses are in captivity.
lil at the wilds

This is me. I’m the author of this blog.


These Bactrian camels are shedding their fur because it is spring now.


One of the Persian Onagers are pregnant.


The numbers of the onagers help keep track of them and help keep track of how old they are.

barn swallow nest

The barn swallow right here was having its babies. It’s an American species.


This giraffe came from Africa. You can tell them apart from female and male because the males are usually a little darker. They can run really fast.

Now, if you ever go to the Wilds, be sure to be safe and stay in the truck. And you can take pictures of the animals too. It was a great trip and it was great talking with you guys, so bye!

PS. I took these pictures myself except for the rhino, the giraffe, and the one of me. Mama took those.


Posted on June 14, 2011, in Homeschool, Travel and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. Rhonda from Baddeck

    These are great pictures, Lil! I’m looking forward to hearing about more of your summer adventures.

  2. Thanks for writing this, Lil! I’ve never gone to the Wilds and have always wanted to. This was a really nice explanation of what you saw and what to expect.

  3. I like your descriptions, Lil! I would like to take Tommy to the Wilds. Do you think he would like it?

  4. Yes! We have a family membership so we can take Tommy and Grayson and you to the Wilds.

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