Saturday, September 30, 2017

Saturday Critters ~ 198 ~

Bird Kingdom
located in Niagara Falls, Canada, it is the world's largest indoor free flying aviary.
As I am looking through the brochure, 
preparing this entry,
it seems as though we "may" have missed the upper level, 
The Lost Kingdom
YeP - I'm pretty sure we missed that level but I think we were good, anyway.

- the birds were beautiful -



There was one floor dedicated to the big birds.


This bird was my favorite, a big talker and very colorful!





The next 2 images capture the area that was dedicated to the smaller birds.



The small birds were difficult to photograph, they were like little birds on steroids, always moving!





This is "not" a 5 minute walk from the falls, nor is it "next" to the Rainbow Bridge.
It was nice, I enjoyed it, but I think one visit is enough.

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33 comments:

  1. It sounds very interesting Debbie. I missed it when we were there a few years ago. I don’t even remember the building. The birds are very colorful.

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  2. Such glorious creatures! Love this post!

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  3. LOL!!! "Little birds on steroids"...too funny, Debbie. A delightful experience!...:)JP

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  4. Hello, Debbie! Wow that is a huge Aviary. I would love to visit this place, missed it on my previous visits. The birds are all beautiful, I love the big parrots. The little birds are cute too, I like your description. Little birds on steroids, indeed. Your photos are awesome! Thank you so much for linking up today, sorry if there was trouble with the linky. I am working on it. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend!

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  5. oh, that's a stop I would have enjoyed. We are without finches for the first time in 25 years...the house seems so quiet.

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  6. I have never been there! I would have loved to see this.

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  7. Oh my, what a glorious place! Great photos of some beautiful birds!

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  8. Wow, I don't even know, so many of these places, even exist! Let alone, have seen them!

    Well of course you missed the Lost Kingdom! It's LOST, after all!!!! -grin- Sorry, I just couldn't resist, that very badddd joke. ,-)

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  9. Oh Wow! What a place and what beautiful photos of our feathered friends ~ so colorful!

    (A ShutterBug Explores)

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  10. Bright and bold! love those parrots!

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  11. Oh, I would be in Heaven here, Debbie.
    I have several parrots, and they are just wonderful.
    I've not heard of this, but I would love to go there.
    Have a wonderful weekend, my friend!
    xo.

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  12. very gorgeous birds they have there

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  13. Love the beautiful colors of the birds.

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  14. Fantabulous photos... gosh those colours jump right out :D)

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  15. Oh my, I just know you loved going here. What a fabulous place to capture photos, and watch them!

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  16. The birds are so colourful.
    Loved all of your photographs.

    All the best Jan

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  17. This is new to me. It would be great to see it.

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  18. Birds can be so beautiful and colorful. I love to watch them but I am so glad I don't have any in the house. My brothers birds are so nasty. And the big one is MOODY.

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    1. Oops....meant to tell you...beautiful pics.

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  19. Wow! What a fantastic place to see. You captured their beauty as you always do!

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  20. i am not sure i have ever seen a green colored bird like that one? most that i have seen are more colorful green ... so so neat!! what beauties. hope you are great this weekend. take care. ( ;

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  21. I am always amazed with the varieties of colours!

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  22. Oh wow it looks like they have a wonderful variety of birds, I love listening to the talking birds, you did manage to get some really cute pics of the little birds too!

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  23. I've never heard of this! How nice to get to see so many birds in one place. Thanks for sharing--just in case we ever make it to Niagara Falls.

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    1. you're welcome patti!!! it's a huge building, that you can't miss it as you drive into canada. it's a great place to see some really unique and colorful birds!!! and go to niagara if you get the chance, everyone should see it at least once!!!

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  24. Wow, look at the colors on that first one! This is a place I'd like to visit! Beautiful birds and photos!

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  25. I loved the colors on the first one; they are brilliant. You got some magnificent photos of the big birds with such a variety of color. I think the ones you got of the little ones were spectacular too. You do know how to capture good bird shots.
    Loved this one! Blessings and hugs~

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