After many trips around the world interacting with different animal species, the author reflects on some of the best times she’s ever spent with animals.
At the Parc Omega in Ontario, feeding and petting animals from all over the world, a drive-through zoo that also features a fantastic cheese shop.
Gain a once in a lifetime experience by visiting Norway and having a socialized encounter with some of the few wolves left in the country.
In Te Kuiti, New Zealand, every fall a river of sheep cascades down the main drag. It’s the running of the sheep, and shearers show their prowess too.
In small villages in Switzerland, cow fights are a local attraction, watching cow fights in Evolvene and in Aproz, where the winners are called Rubis.
Horseback riding in California’s Sierra Nevada Mountains at Mammoth Lakes, a family trail ride viewing Lake Mary and enjoying the beautiful scenery.
Parambikulam Tiger Reserve is home to some 400 families from indigenous tribes whose livelihoods are wholly dependent on the forests of the Reserve.
Kenya: On Safari Just seven kilometers from Nairobi center Nairobi National Park is where you can drive through in your own car and see the Big Five.
Chad: Touring Animal Parks Where Hope Blooms. A wildlife tour of Chad, in Africa encountering lions, zebras, hippos, wildebeast, and hyenas.
Birdwatching in New York’s Central Park. David Mills takes a tour with Birdman Bob to see dozens of species in the park.
In Katmandu, Nepal, there are more than 20,000 stray dogs. Barbara Law found Animal Nepal, who rescues some of them.
Northern Sumatra: Gunung Leuser National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site blanketing more than 3000 square miles with elephants, orangutans and wilderness.