We started off going straight for the butterfly exhibit, because butterflies are awesome, we don't have a lot here in North Dakota, and it was the one right after you enter the park. I ended up with probably 250 photos from just inside there since I was shooting at 8 fps as I was following the butterflies around. I think I managed to get a couple that I really like, such as this one.
Anyways, moving onto the Reptile house! It was SO HUMID in there that my cold cameras immediately fogged up. So I let them acclimate a little while with the lens caps on, then I had to wipe the front elements down with the microfiber cloth I brought with me. Thinking ahead, I was, apparently.
We moved onto the polar bear exhibit, where I managed to get some photos of Seals. Go figure.
Moving on from there we didn't have too much of the park left to see. It is a much larger zoo than our AWESOME one here in Bismarck, but it is still fairly small compared to some other ones that I have been to (Denver, Woodland Park to name a couple) but it was still really nice.
I think I pretty much just have a photo of a penguin left.