Birds of Eden is the world's largest free-flight bird aviary. The aviary is home to about 3,500 birds representing over 200 species.
Spanning over two hectare, the world's largest aviary dome covers a gorge of indigenous forest hosting a variety of African and exotic birds.
Many of the birds had a history of being caged before being sent to the Birds of Eden and undergoing a rehabilitation process before their final release into the main aviary, which explains why they are seemingly tame amongst human beings. Please note that the aviary has a strict no-touch policy.
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