An example of the signage.
Thor, the Turkmenian eagle owl. Probably the best photo I'll ever take with an old iPhone looking through glass.
The spotted eagle owl aviary which can be seen in the car park area before you enter the zoo.
An interior view of the small animal house. This house featured enclosures for emperor tamarin, grey mouse lemur, guinea pig, rabbit and tropical...
The indoor enclosure for the tropical screech owl, as seen in the small animal house. They have access to an aviary outside.
The exterior of the small animal house, also known as Small Mammals Corner. The tunnel above is used by the emperor tamarins.
The tropical screech owl aviary which connects to the small animal house nearby.
The outdoor enclosure for emperor tamarins which connects to an indoor enclosure in the small animal house.
Part of the interior of the meerkat/porcupine house.
The meerkat and African crested porcupine house.
The map seems to suggest this is the Macaw Kingdom aviary but I didn't see any birds during my visit.
The trumpeter hornbill aviary.
Black-capped lory aviary on the left, trumpeter hornbill aviary on the right.
The snowy owl aviary.
The enclosure for Asian short-clawed otters.
The snow-covered meerkat and African crested porcupine enclosure.
A few meerkats and a porcupine in the snow.
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