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Kuala Lumpur Bird Park

Listed under Wildlife in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

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This covered bird park is within the lush and scenic boundaries of the Lake Gardens, and would be quiet if it wasn't for the 3000 or so birds hopping and winging it around under the cover. Flamingos, stocks, ducks and swamp hens wade in the ponds made to look like home, macaw and parrots flap over head, and pheasants and other ground dwellers scratch in the undergrowth. Kuala Lumpur's conditions are enjoyable for a range of different birds from all over the world – from Asian locals, to Australians to Africans to American and Dutch birds – so this is like the feathered UN, with the varied, and carefully designed habitats, that support each species.

A lot of the birds are free range in the park, so you can get as close as they'll let you. Best way to see them is to hang out by the feeding stations at feeding time. There are some birds that have to be kept away from the rest of the clutch, but their cages look as OK as cages can, and by all reports the birds here are in pretty happy condition.

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Definitely adding the Bird Park to my KL itinerary.

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