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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!

Napoleon Weaver

Napoleon Weaver

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Nicobar Pigeon

Nicobar Pigeon

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Red Breasted Goose

Red Breasted Goose

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Red Crested Turaco

Red Crested Turaco

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Red Crested Wood Partridge

Red Crested Wood Partridge

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Speckled Mouse Bird

Speckled Mouse Bird

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Tawny Frogmouth

Tawny Frogmouth

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Trumpeter Hornbill 

Trumpeter Hornbill 

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Victorian Crowned Pigeon

Victorian Crowned Pigeon

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Violet Turaco

Violet Turaco

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Vulturine Guinea Fowl

Vulturine Guinea Fowl

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White Headed Duck

White Headed Duck

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African Grey Parrot

African Grey Parrot

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Black Headed Caique

Black Headed Caique

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Blue & Gold Macaw

Blue & Gold Macaw

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Blue Fronted Amazon Parrot

Blue Fronted Amazon Parrot

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Eclectus Parrot

Eclectus Parrot

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Green Winged Macaw

Green Winged Macaw

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Hahn’s Macaw

Hahn’s Macaw

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Masked Lapwings

Masked Lapwings

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