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September & October at Birdland & Jurassic Journey


Owls at Birdland in the Cotswolds

Families can discover an amazing world of birds and their Jurassic ancestors this September and October!

Birdland is set in nine acres of gardens and woodland, creating a picturesque canopy for the winding River Windrush. Meet over 500 birds from magical owls, large cassowary and rare species such as the Waldrapp Ibis. Spot flamingos, pelicans, cranes, waterfowl and wise owls that live in our riverside habitats with many more inhabiting over 50 aviaries.
 
Meet England’s only breeding group of King Penguins and the comical Humboldts.
Explore the Out of Africa area and meet hornbills, village weavers and many more amazing birds from across the continent.
Venture into the woodland and meet life-sized dinosaurs lurking between the trees in the Jurassic Journey area.
 
Due to current restrictions the park has paused its daily talks and feeding display programme, and the indoor areas will be closed. The Flamingo Point Café is operating as a takeaway for families to enjoy a spot of lunch on the lawns, or your welcome to bring along a picnic. In order to control capacity within the park, Birdland are currently running 2 hour time slots which must be booked in advance of the visit online.


Explore Gloucestershire
2 September 2020


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