While in Erie this past Wednesday, in addition to driving around Presque Isle State Park, we visited the Erie Zoo.
Since the Erie Zoo reopened in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, to gain admittance one has had to make an online reservation. No online reservations are required for admittance throughout the month of November. I like being able to go to the zoo on an impromptu basis. When we arrived at the zoo, we learned that admission was free for the day. We have a season pass, so the fact that the zoo was free that day had no bearing. However, we did wonder if the zoo would be busy, given that admission was free. There were very few other people at the zoo.
This is a video that Bob took with our GoPro7 camera during our visit to the Erie Zoo.
I took a few pictures too, which I will share. Some pictures are better than others. I really do not care to take pictures through glass or fences. I have such a difficult time capturing a good picture. I battled with the sun, too, and it played a part in diminishing the quality of the pictures as well.
All rides, Gift Shop, and concessions are closed for the season. The zoo will close for the season on November 30th.