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My Map of Wings of the World

This was the original Reptile House when it opened in 1937. It became the Bird House in 1952 and later renovated again in 1997. Amazon: Matamata turtle Crested Screamer Opal-rumped Tanager Paradise Tanager Red-capped Cardinal Elegant Crested Tinamou Guira Cuckoo Golden Conure Northern Helmeted Curassow Northern Lapwing Pesquet's Parrot Red Shoveler Red-rumped Cacique Saffron Finch Scarlet Ibis Sunbittern Yellow-rumped Cacique Australasia: Raggiana Bird-of-paradise (Outside the actual aviary) Asian Fairy Bluebird Bali Mynah Black-collored fruit Pigeon Blue-crowned Laughing Thrush Rhinoceros Hornbill Giant Fruit Bat Jambu Fruit Dove Nicobar Pigeon Ormate fruit Dove White-naped Pheasant Pigeon White-throated Ground Dove Montane: Thick-billed Parrot Masked Bobwhite Quail Grasslands: Black-winged Red Bishop Blue-breasted Kingfisher Blue-naped Mousebird Buff-crested Bustard Four-banded Sandgrouse Golden-breasted Starling Northern Carmine Bee-eater Violet-backed Starling Wetlands: Double-crested Cormorant Tri-colored Heron Ruddy Duck Red-bellied Cooter Peninsula cooter Song Bird Exhibits: (They are being renovated, the 3 exhibit are all empty) Violet-backed Starling Bourke's Parakeet Red-flanked Lorikeet Scarlet-chested Parrot Gouldian Finch Arctic Islands: Crested Auklet Harlequin Duck Least Auklet Smew Spectacled Eider Whiskered Auklet Arctic Sea Cliffs: Common Murre Harlequin Duck Horned Puffin Pigeon Guillemot Spectacled Eider Sub-antarctic Coast: Black-faced Ibis Chiloe Wigeon Blue-eyed Cormorant Inca Tern King Penguin Magellanic Penguin Southern Rockhopper Penguin Next map: Gibbon Islands

My Map of Wings of the World
Moebelle, 23 Feb 2012
    • Moebelle
      This was the original Reptile House when it opened in 1937. It became the Bird House in 1952 and later renovated again in 1997.

      Amazon:
      Matamata turtle
      Crested Screamer
      Opal-rumped Tanager
      Paradise Tanager
      Red-capped Cardinal
      Elegant Crested Tinamou
      Guira Cuckoo
      Golden Conure
      Northern Helmeted Curassow
      Northern Lapwing
      Pesquet\'s Parrot
      Red Shoveler
      Red-rumped Cacique
      Saffron Finch
      Scarlet Ibis
      Sunbittern
      Yellow-rumped Cacique

      Australasia:
      Raggiana Bird-of-paradise (Outside the actual aviary)
      Asian Fairy Bluebird
      Bali Mynah
      Black-collored fruit Pigeon
      Blue-crowned Laughing Thrush
      Rhinoceros Hornbill
      Giant Fruit Bat
      Jambu Fruit Dove
      Nicobar Pigeon
      Ormate fruit Dove
      White-naped Pheasant Pigeon
      White-throated Ground Dove

      Montane:
      Thick-billed Parrot
      Masked Bobwhite Quail

      Grasslands:
      Black-winged Red Bishop
      Blue-breasted Kingfisher
      Blue-naped Mousebird
      Buff-crested Bustard
      Four-banded Sandgrouse
      Golden-breasted Starling
      Northern Carmine Bee-eater
      Violet-backed Starling

      Wetlands:
      Double-crested Cormorant
      Tri-colored Heron
      Ruddy Duck
      Red-bellied Cooter
      Peninsula cooter

      Song Bird Exhibits: (They are being renovated, the 3 exhibit are all empty)
      Violet-backed Starling
      Bourke\'s Parakeet
      Red-flanked Lorikeet
      Scarlet-chested Parrot
      Gouldian Finch

      Arctic Islands:
      Crested Auklet
      Harlequin Duck
      Least Auklet
      Smew
      Spectacled Eider
      Whiskered Auklet

      Arctic Sea Cliffs:
      Common Murre
      Harlequin Duck
      Horned Puffin
      Pigeon Guillemot
      Spectacled Eider

      Sub-antarctic Coast:
      Black-faced Ibis
      Chiloe Wigeon
      Blue-eyed Cormorant
      Inca Tern
      King Penguin
      Magellanic Penguin
      Southern Rockhopper Penguin

      Next map: Gibbon Islands
    • Kudu21
      I'm very pleased to hear that these exhibits are being renovated!
    • Moebelle
      Tell me about it. I'm trying to think of ideas of what I would do with it. Maybe expand it and turn it into a larger desert themed atrium for roadrunners, burrowing owls, and quails.
    • Kudu21
      A desert display would be a nice addition. It's really the only major habitat not already represented in the building.
    • Moebelle
      Kudu21: What does the middle song bird exhibit now hold again?
    • Kudu21
      It holds Bourke's parakeets, scarlet-chested parrots, and Gouldian finches.
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