Among the exciting schedule of daily entertainments are penguin, pelican and flamingo feedings.
Visitors can find out all about the different species, what they like to eat, who is the most mischievous of the flock and fascinating insights from Birdland’s team of expert keepers.
The Out of Africa area provides the opportunity to meet a variety of exotic species such as black-cheeked love birds, a colony of village weaver birds, touracos, superb starlings, guinea fowl, exotic ducks and the bizarre-looking ground hornbills.
Located in the heart of the beautiful Cotswolds, the park’s magical combination of wildlife, woodland, riverside and gardens makes it the perfect summer day out.
Birdland cares for more than 500 birds, including England’s only breeding colony of king penguins in their newly refurbished enclosure, awesome birds of prey, parrots, cassowaries and cranes plus a mix of free-flying and aviary displays.
It’s not just birds at Birdland - Prehistoric adventures await intrepid explorers and those brave enough to venture into the Jurassic Journey. Spot species including T-Rex and brachiosaurus through the trees and look up high into the canopies for a glimpse of the pterodactyls flying above
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