We currently have no bird species on display here at the zoo.



Keep your eye out, though: we may be adding some in  the future. Why would we have birds at a crocodile zoo? Easy. Birds and crocs are the only living animal groups left of the lineage that included the dinosaurs. That makes crocodiles and alligators more closely aligned to the birds than they are to the other reptiles! Fortunately, our crocodiles can’t fly…


Kookaburras: Until recently, kookaburras (pictured) were a popular – if sometimes LOUD – exhibit in our outdoor area. These are those infamous Australian birds, always up for a laugh. Their distinctive calls could be heard anytime during the day.


Fact: From the diminutive hummingbird to the huge ostrich, there are around 10,000 species of birds on the planet today.

Any Questions?

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