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Birds are a class of warm-blooded vertebrates called Aves.

They have wings and are covered in feathers but not all can fly! (their feathers also assist with temperature regulation and display). They also have a hard beak with no teeth and lay eggs.

More than 9000 different species of birds are known (about 40 of which are flightless!). An amazing array of shapes, sizes and plummages, they can be found on every continent of the world, thriving in all types of conditions!

Here at the park, stop for a chat with our spectacularly colourful parrots at Macaw Kingdom and feed our lovely Lorikeets in the Tropical House to brighten your day!

African Spotted Eagle Owl

African Spotted Eagle Owl

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Barn Owl

Barn Owl

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Black Kite

Black Kite

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Common Raven

Common Raven

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European Eagle Owl

European Eagle Owl

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Great Grey Owl

Great Grey Owl

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Harris Hawk

Harris Hawk

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Snowy Owl

Snowy Owl

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Tawny Owl

Tawny Owl

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Tropical Screech Owl

Tropical Screech Owl

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Black Swan

Black Swan

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Common Peafowl

Common Peafowl

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Crested Duck

Crested Duck

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Domestic Chicken

Domestic Chicken

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Domestic Turkey

Domestic Turkey

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Helmeted Guineafowl

Helmeted Guineafowl

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Himalayan Monal

Himalayan Monal

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Indian Runner Ducks

Indian Runner Ducks

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Java Sparrow

Java Sparrow

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Mindanao Bleeding Heart Dove

Mindanao Bleeding Heart Dove

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