Hello I am planning to make a return visit to the Dallas World Aquarium in a couple of weeks. I've already visited twice (in 2013 and 2016) and saw many of their unique species. So this time I am planning to focus on a relatively few species that I haven't seen before, because they were either bts at the time or are new to the collection. The "Updated DWA Species List" threat by @jayjds2 is incredibly useful, however I still have a couple questions which hopefully someone here can answer: What would be the best time to see active yapok - early morning (the aquarium opens at 10) or before closuring time? Even better, would anyone happen to know the approximate feeding times? I will only be able to spend a half-day at the most, so would really like to maximize my chances seeing this unique species. I know that Mundo Maya exhibit has several eagle species, but during my last 2 visits I have only seen the harpy (Birds of El Triunfo exhibit). I am particularly interested in seeing Guiana crested eagle and black crested eagle (I already saw ornate crested eagle in a different facility). What is the best spot to see (and hopefully photograph) these two species? I think I read on one of the threads here that at least one of them can be best seen from inside the restaurant, but I cannot find that thread anymore. Any help is really appreciated!