Photo Essay of Woodland Park Zoo’s Jaguar Cove
My favourite enclosure at the Woodland Park Zoo is also probably one of my favourite exhibits of all time – Jaguar Cove. I stared in awe as there in the distance, among the dense rain forest was a stunning jaguar. He looked around and then stepped out into the open so I could see his gorgeous spotted coat, and started walking along the stream that flowed through his home and then delicately across the water and slipped behind the tall waterfall as if it were a dream. That’s right I had to check myself, I was NOT in the rain forests of Central or South America I was in Seattle’s Woodland Park Zoo.
One of the largest and naturalistic exhibits for jaguars in any zoo
4′ deep pool with live fish and fed by waterfall
The only underwater viewing opportunity of jaguars in a zoo anywhere
The Woodland Park Zoo is home to a male and female jaguar who are mostly kept separate due to their solitary behaviour. Both get to enjoy this amazing exhibit in the zoo’s Tropical Rain Forest exhibit. Jaguar Cove is full of breath-taking scenery, with both real and fake plants and trees used as well as a large waterfall and live fish in the pond for enrichment as well as aesthetics. Jaguar Cove truly stands out among not only other jaguar enclosures but all others too!
3 thoughts on “Photo Essay: Jaguar Cove”
Wow! I love your passion for animals and wildlife in general. Glad to be finally here, Stephanie 🙂 Cheers (www.ishitasood.blogspot.in)
Awe thanks so much, animals have played a big role throughout my life and I try my best to do my part for them. Glad you popped in! 😉
😉 I can see that. You are doing a great job!