Birds of Eden’s unique two hectare dome, is the world’s largest, and spans over a gorge of indigenous forest.
In this protected forest sanctuary, previously caged birds can fly and choose which area they prefer.
All new arrivals, of the feathered variety, are given time to rehabilitate as many would have been in small cages without the possibility of using their wings.
They get to exercise and practice doing what they were designed to do… fly.
Currently it is home to over 3,500 birds from over 220 species, with the main focus being African birds.
Visits to Birds of Eden are usually self-guided, however guided walks are offered on request.
It takes from 45 minutes to an hour to walk around.
You will find a few other creatures which have been rescued, too.
There are some nice features including a walk behind a waterfall and a canopy walk.
It is a magical place!
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