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Borneo Wildlife: Aviary

Posted By Dennelton Mandiau on Sunday, November 16, 2014 | 23:15


The Aviary is spread out over one acre of forested hillside with a small stream running through it. It is enclosed by netting which soars 100ft above ground. More than 30 species of tropical birds are kept within. An elevated boardwalk takes a loop trail to allow visitors to discreetly watch these birds. Some of the more conspicuous birds make their presence known either with their birds calls or by rustling in the undergrowth.

The bird species are all native to Borneo with some stunning examples of the Argus Pheasant, Crested Fireback and Lesser Adjutant Stork. Herons, pigeons, hornbills, mynas and even a pitta have been added to give a broad representation of bird diversity in Sabah.
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