A small park nestled between a creek and a tributary of the Boise River has become a perfect spot for wildlife lovers to check out wild creatures.
The Idaho Wildlife Conservancy (IWCC) has released images of a new exhibit in the park, where visitors can take in some of the state’s most endangered and threatened species.
The exhibit is called “Wildlife, Nature and Society,” and was created by the IWCC as part of a project to celebrate Idaho’s wildlife.
The park features wildlife ranging from birds, reptiles, amphibians and mammals.
It also features an exhibit showcasing the effects of climate change.
The new exhibit features a range of creatures, including mammals, reptiles and birds, along with a number of animals native to Idaho including the black bear, the bobcat, the mountain lion, the lynx and the bobtail possum.
You can check out a video of the exhibit below:If you’re visiting the park and you’re keen to try out the animals, you can visit their Facebook page to find out more about the exhibit.