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Ground Hornbill In Tree

April 14, 2014: Southern Ground Hornbill in a tree

Ground Hornbill In Tree
BeardsleyZooFan, 29 May 2014
    • BeardsleyZooFan
      April 14, 2014: Southern Ground Hornbill in a tree
    • Falcosparverius
      That's not possible though! They're called GROUND hornbills for a reason!:rolleyes:
      On a more serious note, is the exhibit open air?
    • BeardsleyZooFan
      Yes, the exhibit is open-air. I'm sure the hornbills have their wings clipped, but are still capable of short distances of flight, as this hornbill displayed. The two hornbills share their exhibit with Lowland Nyala, Lesser Kudu, a Marabou Stork, and there might be Bay Duikers in there as well.
    • Maguari
      In October I saw no Lesser Kudu but there were at least three Bay Duikers. :)
    • BeardsleyZooFan
      I'm pretty sure there were Lesser Kudu in here this April. I saw Bay Duikers in the Patas Monkey enclosure on the Safari Ride, so I was wondering if they were moved over there from here.
    • Maguari
      Very possibly - if so I'm very grateful they didn't do that nine months earlier - that ride broke down the day I was there!
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