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Birds, and Salt [Mar. 17th, 2017|11:10 pm]
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[Current Location |East Trumpistan]
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Late winter, I think, is the best time for visiting the indoor exhibits at the zoo. If you go on a weekday, in inclement weather, you sometimes have the place effectively to yourself. The Columbus Zoo has also a lovely tropical bird jungle, where it's humid and in the upper 70s no matter what it's like outside. I love to come here in the winter, and spend the afternoon with just me and the birds.

a bird feeding his mate

Lorikeets in love.

A cool-looking bird

Handsome, sleek bird.

Two doves preening

Preen, preen, preen...

A crested pigeon

I love the crest! It gives them a very archosaurean look.


So, I needed salt. They had the 26 ounce box of granulated, iodized salt for 98 cents. They had the three and a half ounce bottle of pinkish-gold rock salt imported from Tibet for five dollars. I can be so shallow sometimes, but I'm not the least bit sorry!