Parc Omega

As we travelled from Quebec to Ottowa we stopped at a rather neat wildlife park named the Par Omega. In it, they have quite a number of North American wildlife. Each are kept in separate areas (because some species such as the wolf) would obviously eat some of the others, but they still roam relatively free.

We travelled through the park in old school bus without windows which made photography quite easy. It was jus like a mini safari. I was able to use some of my photographic skills that I learned in Kenya however I missed having a driver who would stop long enough to carefully line up a shot,or who knew how to position the vehicle in the best place.

However, I did enjoy photographing some of the animals as you can see in these pictures.







Bruce is a keen traveller and photographer. This web site describes his travel and family interests

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