An overweight (or old) Cougar (Puma concolor).
Not sure how wise it is to have the Cougar cage across from the Domesticated Yak and Llama (Lama glama) cages.
Red-necked Wallaby (Macropus rufogriseus) sitting on its tail napping.
Slightly woken up by my (and other visitors') presence.
I guessed I made a move too suddenly and it startled the wallaby. Sorry!
The Emus (Dromaius novaehollandiae) are housed with the wallabies, but they are much more intimidating than them. They got right up to the fence and pecking at the leaves.
Not a captive animal but I saw this Yellow-rumped Warbler chasing after a large flying insect and eating it on a branch. Here it was moments earlier looking at the flying midges (possibly).
Can't resist but take photos of this cute Eastern Chipmunk when it decided to munch on the cherries on the ground.
Not a bad day at all. I really should come here more often - lots of good photography opportunities.