We came to Canada in July 2020. Since then we have made many trips outside our city. There is a distinct possibility of our return to Bharat Bhumi in November this year.
When I look back at more than two years spent outside Bharat Bhumi, I also remember the trips outside the city that we made during July 2020 to August 2022. I had taken a number of snap shots during this trip.
“Parc Omega is a safari park in Notre-Dame-de-Bonsecours, Quebec, Canada (just north of Montebello). Along a 12-kilometre (7.5 mi) nature route are lakes, meadows, small valleys, forests, and rocky hills. It is home to many wildlife species including beaver, elk, raccoon, timber wolf, coyote, muskox, whitetail deer, mule deer, yellow bellied marmot, turtle, boar, red fox, Alpine ibex, caribou, black bear, wolverine, moose, wild turkey, cougar, canadian lynx, bobcat, eastern mole, american badger, american antelope, grizzly bear and bison. During the summer there are shows featuring birds of prey especially bald eagles. The site also has a restaurant with a panoramic view. The park is open daily, year round.” ~ Wikipedia
More details about Parc Omega can be found at their website a link for which is at Parc Omega.
This blog is about one of our trips when we spent a day at Parc Omega in Quebec and stayed at a Wolf Lodge, which has glass walls and large windows through which we could watch the wolves. It is about 5-hour drive from the city in Ontario where we live. All the pictures are clicked by me on iPhone 11.
The park is a drive-through experience, meaning visitors stay in their cars and drive through the park on a winding trail. They also offer three walking trails, playgrounds and picnic areas.~ Wikipedia
The park runs two low-power FM radios stations that provide guidance and direction, in English and French. The complete experience takes about two to three hours.~ Wikipedia
Bags of carrots can be purchased at the visitors center at the start of the tour; these are fed to “safe” animals (elk, etc.) throughout the tour, which come up to a visitor’s car for treats. ~ Wikipedia