sanctuary for wolves, foxes, wild dogs, hyenas and is on the N2 between Nature's Valley and Plettenberg Bay. The animals are caged and although generally not wild anymore, they are not tame. There are also farmyard animals and a children's playground. The wolves are fed twice a day: early in the morning and at around 5pm.
OUR VISIT TO BIRDS OF EDEN BIRD PARK
"We donated our parrot!!!"
We donated one of our parrots to BIRD OF EDEN so visit quite often, she is a red sided eclectus female and her name is MONA-LISA, at the moment she is the only red sided eclectus female in the park but they will soon be getting another female and later the year also a male.. I include pictures of my baby! even although we donate birds to the park, its still our bird and we can visit as often as we like... isnt she just beautiful!!!!!
"Birds at park are tame!!"
Many of the birds in this park are tame birds that have been donated to the park, its really wonderful to walk between them, and the park is just very well laid out, waterfalls, dams, a restaurant and a coffee shop, this is the biggest free flying bird park in the world!!! please visit it when you are in south africa, next to the park are 2 other parks, MONKEYLAND and the elephant sanctuary.. where you can walk or even ride elephants!!! hope some day in future when I visit these parks I can give you some info and pics
"Birds even sit on you..."
Some birds are so tame they even fly and sit on you..
The park has about 40 african greay's, really wonderful to see them in flight, all the different birds seem to get on very well together
Park is wonderfully laid out!! a real joy to visit!! birds visiting the restaurant!!
"We made a new friend!!!"
This cute parrot, just loved my hubby and followed him all over the park.. led us to the restaurant and sat on chair back while we ate lunch!!
"isnt she beautiful!!!"
wow so beautiful!!! ans so very tame, just fly to your shoulder....and calls "hello"
As many of these parrots come from homes they also put some feeding bowls.. they also collect food from the plants, but those that prefer to have their food from bowls can do so... www.birdsofeden.co.za