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African Waterhole

native sacred ibis

African Waterhole
Astrobird, 4 Apr 2014
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    • Astrobird
      native sacred ibis
    • FBBird
      I imagine the only possible African waterhole-type birds available in Australia are Egyptian Geese, and they may be hard to find.
    • Astrobird
      That's right, Australia doesn't have many African birds of any type. Werribee Zoo did use to have Egyptian Gees in the old drive thru Hippo paddock, but I haven't seen them at the zoo for several years now. Wild Cape Barren Geese can be seen at the zoo though.
    • zooboy28
      Werribee has basically no birds on display, with the exception of ostrich, emu, brolga, guineafowl and chickens. There are plenty of wild birds around though, especially in this enclosure. Egyptian Goose would be a great (re-)addition to the zoo though, as would a aviary with smaller African birds, such as queleas or lovebirds.
    • Yoshistar888
      The mighty bin chicken army has been deployed.
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