JURONG BIRD PARK
Jurong Bird Park
Opened in 1971, Jurong Bird Park is Asia’s biggest feathered creature park, offering a 20.2-hectare slope shelter for near 3,500 winged animals across 400 species, of which 20 percent are undermined. The winged animal park is celebrated for its huge and vivid stroll in aviaries, for example, Lory Loft, Jungle Jewels and the as of late redid Waterfall Aviary. Other remarkable displays incorporate Penguin Coast and Pelican Cove. Jurong Bird Park sees roughly 850,000 guests yearly.
Submitted towards protection, the flying creature park is the first on the planet to breed the Malayan dark hornbill (1995) and the twelve-wired fowl of heaven (2001) in bondage for which it got the Breeders’ Award from the American Pheasant and Waterfowl Society. Jurong Bird Park is a piece of Wildlife Reserves Singapore and is the main park in the Asia Pacific to have an Avian Hospital.