Yesterday I took a trip to the San Diego Zoo Safari Park. My main focus was to see the Butterfly Jungle, which is a seasonal exhibit running from April 8-May 7. My last trip was at the beginning of February, and since then a lot of progress has been made.
A new marquee for the park has been put on top of the entry building. Any traces of the park's old name, "San Diego Wild Animal Park", have been removed.
Inside the building, new animal graphics hanging from the ceiling have been put up.
An oversized map covers the space on a wall between two restrooms. The map is new since my last visit and is in the same style as the park's counterpart, the San Diego Zoo.
This sign was situated above the turnstiles. Butterfly cutouts like these were all around the park and effectively led people to the Butterfly Jungle.
New for this year were "Fastpasses" of sorts for entry to the Butterfly Jungle. Booths around the park that donned this sign gave people the passes which have a time printed on them to advise when to come and line up to enter the exhibit.
A look at some of the varieties of backs of the passes, and the front as well. The backs sported different animals.
To be continued: Construction of a new exhibit, a look at some of the changes happening around the park, inside the Butterfly Jungle, a look at the beauty of the park, and more!