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Yellow-billed storks

Yellow-billed storks
Goura, 25 Apr 2012
    • Zooish
      These are either Painted or Milky Storks. The zoo doesn't keep Yellow-billed storks (but the Jurong Bird Park does).
    • Goura
      I should have checked that - they can't be painted storks because the black and white pattern on the wings would be quite distinctive so they must be milky storks.
    • MountainBongo
      Where are these kept in the zoo? Also, where are most bird species kept at the Singapore Zoo?
    • Jackwow
      They are not an exhibit, they are free flying.

      SZ doesn't really keep many birds and most are in the Fragile Forest exhibit. I have seen Eclectus Parrot, Sun Conure Parrot, Red Lory, Spotted Whistling Duck, Common Crowned Pigeon, Nicobar Pigeon, Pinon's Imperial Pigeon, Pied Imperial Pigeon, Green Imperial Pigeon and Pink-necked Green Pigeon there. Other than that all that I can think of are a Rhinocerous Hornbill in the Proboscis Monkey exhibit near the entrance (there are 2 PM exhibits), a couple of Saddle-billed Storks in the Great Rift Valley of Ethiopia, Ostrich and Grey Crowned Crane in the Wild Africa exhibit and Emu and Cassowary in the Australian Outback exhibit.
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