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KevinB

Australian walk-through aviary, 2019-10-04

It looks nice, but with the desert theme to me it seemed at least somewhat ill-suited for the forest and marshland-type birds kept in here. In the past they had a lot of small and medium-sized Australian parakeets and parrots in here, but now there weren't quite as many psittacines left in there.

Australian walk-through aviary, 2019-10-04
KevinB, 18 Oct 2019
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    • Anniella
      Agreed fully on the forest birds not matching the scenery. As much as I would love to visit Pairi Daiza, with its elaborate theming, it definitely seems odd seeing a crowned pigeon from New Guinea on a substrate of red soil or sand.
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    • KevinB
      @Anniella It was strange indeed and it would be something I would put on the list of downsides to Pairi Daiza.

      Personally I would not let reticence about certain exhibits or displays stop you from visiting Pairi Daiza. The place is truly unique and I would say a must see for zoo nerds who can go there.
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    • Anniella
      @KevinB Trust me, I wouldn't let that stop me. It's more my geographic location and time at the moment, as well as the fact I just had an international trip. It's actually one of my top 5 zoos if I ever make it to Europe.
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