Jurong Bird Park is one of four parks run by Wildlife Reserves Singapore, a group whose attractions combine conservation with entertainment and education. The Jurong Bird Park has birds grouped in a variety of ways, such as by species (Pelican Cove, Hornbills & Toucans), by terrain (Wetlands, Riverine) and in large free-flight aviaries (Waterfall Aviary, Lory Loft). It is a wonderful place for us amateur photographers to get some practice, as well as a fun and educational experience for families and other bird-lovers. Here are some of our favorite photos from Jurong Bird Park.
The Jurong Bird Park also puts on a few shows a day. The High Flyers show is a showcase for spectacular flying birds with an educational component. There is also a Kings of the Skies Show that features birds of prey, such as owls, falcons and eagles, as well as carrion birds, such as vultures. This show is a highlight for me.
Jurong Bird Park is located in the west of Singapore. You can buy tickets for just the bird park or in combination with the other parks run by Wildlife Reserves Singapore: Night Safari, River Safari and the Singapore Zoo. I visit the Jurong Bird Park at least a few times a year because I enjoy it so much.
This post is part of the a-z challenge. I am posting about the food and sights of Singapore.