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Fluffy Flamingo Chicks

Keepers at a Cotswold bird park are celebrating after the arrival of two adorable flamingo chicks – the first to have been born there in a decade. The pair of greater flamingo chicks hatched out at Birdland in Bourton-on-the-Water after a record egg-laying spree during lockdown. The park had been...

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penguin chick at birdland

Penguin Chick Hatches Out!

Delighted keepers are celebrating the successful hatching of a Humboldt penguin chick at Birdland Park and Gardens. The chick, which hatched last month at the Cotswolds wildlife attraction, is the first to have hatched out this year and is doing well. Birdland is home to a colony of captive-bred Humboldt...

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Father's Day Facts from Birdland

Feathered Father’s Day Facts

Birdland Park and Gardens is paying tribute to some of the finest feathered fathers living at the park this Father's Day. For some bird species, it is the males that actually end up doing most of the hard work when it comes to looking after the babies. Greater Rhea For...

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Group of Flamingos at Birdland - photo credit - Cotswold House Photography

Birdland Reveals Re-Opening Plans

We are delighted to be re-opening to visitors from Monday, 22nd June. We will initially be welcoming a limited number of visitors in two-hour slots each day. Everyone will have to pre-book online prior to arrival and there will be a cap on daily attendance. “We are delighted to be...

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Greater Flamingo Eggs

Nine Greater Flamingo Eggs!

Greater flamingos at Birdland in Gloucestershire are aiming to hatch no fewer than nine flamingo eggs in the coming weeks, after laying for the first time in more than eight years.  Keepers at the Bourton-on-the-Water wildlife attraction believe the recent spell of settled, warm weather has provided near-perfect breeding conditions...

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King Penguins in lockdown

King Penguins Keep Themselves Entertained in Lockdown

Despite a lack of visitors, England’s only breeding colony of king penguins appears unruffled as they get on with life during lockdown at Birdland Park & Gardens in the Cotswolds. Apart from their leading role in weekly online feeding times, the famously flightless birds appear to be taking self-isolating in...

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Pink Backed Pelican facts at Birdland

Pelican Facts

This week we are going to be learning about the Pink-Backed Pelican species we look after at Birdland as well as some totally awesome pelican facts! There are eight species of Pelican in the wild and they primarily inhabit warm regions within Australia, the Americas and Canada. The Pink-Backed Pelican...

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Flamingo Facts at Birdland

Flamingo Facts

This week we are focussing on our pink friends, the Flamingos! In this blog, you can learn some cool flamingo facts and make yourself a feathered friend at home. Birdland Park & Gardens are home to two species of Flamingo, with both living on the River Windrush which winds its...

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Dinosaur Facts at Birdland

‘Roar’some Dinosaur Facts

This week we are walking with dinosaurs in own Jurassic Journey area to discover some fierce dinosaur facts. Dinosaurs ruled the Earth for over 160 million years! They started at the Triassic period which was around 230 million years ago. Then they thrived through the Jurassic period and up until...

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spectacled Owls

Have a hoot with these Owl Facts

This week we are looking into one of the wiser bird species, the Owl. Read this blog post for lots of interesting owl facts which might just help you win the next online family quiz! What do Owls eat? Their diets depends largely on the species of owl but generally...

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