If you followed the posts while we were on our trip, you are aware that we skipped going to the Cincinnati Zoo because of weather.
And not only so, but we glory in tribulations also: knowing that tribulation worketh patience; And patience, experience; and experience, hope: (Romans 5:3-4 KJV)
Since we have been there twice already, I decided to see if there were some birds that were not written about from those trips. Actually, there are quite a few.
This Southern Yellow-billed Hornbill’s photo caught my attention. It is so hard to get a photo through the cages of the zoos. This Avian Wonder was just as hard to capture. After several tries, the Hornbill came into focus and I still remember my excitement. Patience is hard at times, but it does pay off.
“But if we hope for that we see not, then do we with patience wait for it.” (Romans 8:25 KJV)
Here are some more articles written about our visits to the Cincinnati Zoo:
- Cincinnati Zoo
- Birdwatching at the Cincinnati Zoo II
- Cincinnati Zoo III
- Mousebirds at the Cincinnati Zoo
- Birdwatching at the Cincinnati Zoo I
- Strutting Greater Flamingos at the Zoo
- Southern Yellow-billed Hornbill – Wikipedia
- Yellow-billed Hornbill – One of a Kind Planet
Here is a video by another visitor to the Hornbills: