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Apr. 2013 - Wings of the World - South America

I apologize for some of the blurriness. This atrium contains: -Blue-crowned Mot-Mot -Boat-billed Heron -Cattle Egret -Elegant Crested Tinamou -Golden Conure -Guira Cuckoo -Mata Mata (tank) -Northern-Helmeted Curassow -Opal-rumped Tanager -Paradise Tanager -Red-rumped Cacique -Saffron Finch -Scarlet Ibis -Sunbittern -Yellow-rumped Cacique

Apr. 2013 - Wings of the World - South America
Moebelle, 9 Apr 2013
    • Moebelle
      I apologize for some of the blurriness.

      As originally being the Reptile House, the building was built in 1937 and later renovated in 1951 to hold hundreds of thousands of birds from all over the world. Over 50 feathered creatures from the Arctic all the way down to the Antarctic are displayed in habitats as natural as the outdoors. Every exhibit gives a close-up opportunity of every species in the building as well as two walk-through atriums where the birds are free-ranging, along with underwater viewing of aquatic birds.

      This atrium contains:
      -Blue-crowned Mot-Mot
      -Boat-billed Heron
      -Cattle Egret
      -Elegant Crested Tinamou
      -Golden Conure
      -Guira Cuckoo
      -Mata Mata (tank)
      -Northern-Helmeted Curassow
      -Opal-rumped Tanager
      -Paradise Tanager
      -Red-rumped Cacique
      -Saffron Finch
      -Scarlet Ibis
      -Sunbittern
      -Yellow-rumped Cacique
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    Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden
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    Moebelle
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    9 Apr 2013
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