11/21/2009

Photo Hunt#65 Birds of Jurong Bird Park, Singapore

Jurong Bird Park is a 20-hectare landscaped bird park located at Jurong Hill, Singapore. It is considered the world's largest bird park in terms of numbers of birds and the world's second largest bird park in terms of the park area.

Jurong Bird Park,Singapore

There are so much to see in Jurong Bird Park, here are some of those:

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Pretty in pink Carribean flamingoes looking so elegant while walking on stilts.

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The waddling but proud penguins are also there.

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Precocious lorykeets always attract a lot of admirers.

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Birds with the same beaks, flock together in Pelican Cove.

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A royal bird all by his lonesome.

And last but not the least, the colorful macaws that look so sweet in this pic.

Jurong Bird Park,Singapore

8 comments:

jams o donnell said...

A great selection of birds. I love them all! Happy weekend

Hootin' Anni said...

Wow...I like your post...so colorful.

Mine's posted HERE

Anna said...

Lovely birds. Great that there is a park dedicated to these birds. So colourful and beautiful and large!!
Those Flamingos would make a good post for "Pink Fridays". RJ Flamingo should see your post!
Here in Norrkoping most birds have packed their bags and left us for warmer climes. I wasn't able to get one decent outdoor bird shot. And my photo archives of digital photos is too new. So I improvised!
Thanks for stopping by my blog!
Happy Weekend!
Anna

Mrs Mecomber said...

What a marvelous place to visit! Excellent photos.

My Photo Hunt is up, too. Hope you can visit. Have a great weekend!
Mrs. Mecomber
http://newyorktraveler.net

A. @ A Changing Life said...

that looks like a wonderful park. I've never seen so many!

Alice Audrey said...

They do look sweet together. You got a lot of great shots. I'd say something about the place being fantastic, but I said that last week.

milette said...

so many birds. that's a nice park. thanks for the visit!

luna miranda said...

i love the ambiance of this place. the birds' songs must be relaxing.