Bali, Indonesia is indeed one of the most frequently visited locations in the world, by the many tourists who find the ultimate combinations of great beaches and wonderfully rich wild life truly irresistible. It certainly is the place to visit if wild life is one of your subjects of interest as the land is teeming with the richest of wild life, well preserved and loved.
The Bali Bird Park which is located at Gianyar Regency is a definite stop over for many tourists as the many beautiful colored winged creatures that are made to find refuge there are without a doubt a precious beauty to behold indeed. The total area of the park is around 20,000 square metres, and the park houses more than 5000 birds of over 200 species within its borders.
The tourists are lured into her shelter yet some more given the activities such as Interactive feeding time, Free Flight bird show, Meet the Bird Star, Bird Nursery and the Guyu Guyu Corner, each holding massive appeal.
Over 250 species of birds belonging to the Indonesian archipelago as well as South America and South Africa can be found here in this place of exquisite loveliness. Needless to say the endangered species receive the due lime light here and are treated as much treasured possessions in the Bali Bird Park. The Bali Mynah or the Bali Starling which is referred to as the world’s rarest bird is one of such creature that is given high prominence here, and can be easily spotted here as the bird park is also assigned as one of Bali Mynah breeding sites. Other species that could be found here include, Javan Hawk, Serpent Eagle, Scarlet Macaw, Toucan, Congo Grey Parrot, Cassowaries, Cranes, Pelicans and Storks.
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