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Lory Park

The largest bird zoo in Africa, is a sanctuary and breeding center for many different types of birds

There is a brand new zoo dedicated to parrots and other birds located north of Johannesburg in Mirand, South Africa. Lory Park, the largest bird zoo in Africa, is a sanctuary and breeding center for many different parrot species, such as macaws, Amazons, cockatoos, African parrots and lories/lorikeets, as well as touracos, hornbills, toucans, kookaburras, waterfowl and cranes. The main goal of Lory Park is to serve as an educational site for schools, the general public and other bird enthusiasts. With this in mind, the aviaries have all been designed to allow the public to view the birds from close proximity and to give the birds the opportunity to breed successfully without feeling threatened by constant observation. If you want to learn more about Lory Park, South Africa, please contact it at Lory Park, S.A., 181/1 Kruger Road, President Park, Midrand, RSA — South Africa; call: +27 83 679 0584 or e-mail: loryparkzoo@skybiz.com.

3-4-2004


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i have always wanted to visit africa, here is just one for reason!
stephanie, no smithfield, RI
Posted: 9/1/2007 1:46:23 PM
I think they need something like that here in the Northeast so that people in this area can be exposed to parrots a bit more. Parrots are more popular in the south, midwest and west coast than in the Northeast I feel.
Amy, Chelmsford, MA
Posted: 2/15/2007 4:52:00 PM
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