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Tatiana Jun 6
A Family of Roseate Spoonbills in the nest. The chicks bob their heads up and down hoping to get the attention of its parent so it will get fed.
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Jane Jun 6
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HI Farnborough Aug 21
This week make the most of the last of the summer holidays! Enjoy a trip to , less than a 20 minute drive from our hotel. 🚗 See feeding sessions or have your own Animal Encounter! Find out more here👇
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Robin Stride Jan 2
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Louisa Mead Oct 5
Thank you for a random and fun evening of entertainment
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Parrot Of The Day 🦜 Dec 19
We’re flattered to be followed by (almost) anyone and apologise that we don’t automatically reciprocate (we average 150-200 new followers/week). And we’re definitely not the arbiters of who’s a “bird person”... we’re still relatively new to and still learning :>)
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Stankadelphia Eagles 🦅 20 Nov 17
We turned it into after the game. 🦅
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Laura 🐝 25 May 18
Everything is suddenly revolving around water in the here in Calgary.
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Carrie Fitzgerald (Rudge) 17 Jun 17
Wonderful day with my princess 👩‍👧 at
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Austin May 19
This is literally the best thing I've read all day.
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Birdworld 19 Sep 17
This chick is one of two Trumpeter Hornbill chicks who have successfully fledged recently!
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David James Holloway Apr 13
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Jonny Dynamite 1 Sep 17
They see me rollin' 🚜 Awesome hangs today at the legendary
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Sam Aug 24
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Guildford JC 9 Feb 18
Join the festivities at this February half term with a celebration of all things penguin! Running daily from Monday 12th-Friday 16th Feb 2018 (11am to 3.30pm)
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Bishopsgate School 5 Jun 18
Nursery are having a wonderful time at Birdworld
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Tajamul Fayaz. Jul 20
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Birdworld 5 Jun 18
Hot News - our amazing Koookarburra's have three chicks! The Laughing Kookaburra is the largest member of the Kingfisher family and get their name from their laughter-like call
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chris snow Jul 10
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Adam Teixeira 22 Dec 17
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