A QUICK SUMMARY OF THE FIRST TWO PARTS OF THIS HIGHLY INFORMATIVE, TOTALLY NUTTY, MILDLY SATIRICAL, IOWA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE-APPROVED TOURISM BROCHURE FOR CYCLISTS:
First I covered the cultural stuff for which Iowa is super-famous. Then I wrote about Iowa’s historical, scenical, landscapical, and national parkical highlights.Now comes part three.
Today I will be venturing into the realm of Iowa’s wildlife. And I can’t think of a better way to do that than to meet the wild animals on their own turf and make some exciting videos. I mean, pictures would have been fine too, but not nearly as many people would tune in. There are a lot of wildlife documentaries out there, but I can’t think of a single one of them that just shows a bunch of photographs. Videography is the way to go.
The day started in whitetail deer habitat.
Deer and horses are pretty docile, so I felt comfortable approaching those fellas. Unfortunately, things got a little scarier when I entered the habitat of predatory animals.