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Norma V.
Report | 6 days ago
It was a very nice place. I really enjoyed feeding the birds.
Danyel G.
Report | 4 months ago
Definitely go to the feeding area...unless you are afraid of birds landing on you! Beautiful grounds, beautiful birds of all sorts, and friendly staff. Highly recommended!
Report | 5 months ago
Pack a picnic and enjoy!
Martin A.
Report | 5 months ago
Plan to visit in the morning hours for greater interaction with parakeet exhibit. Overall...lots of fun, beautiful setting.
Pamela R.
Report | 10 months ago
Bring your camera!
Melissa R.
Report | 10 months ago
Pack a lunch.
Diane K.
Report | 10 months ago
No food vendor so take a picnic lunch if that is the time frame you will be there!
Kathryn T.
Report | a year ago
Great experience

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With 18 acres of blooming gardens and natural North Carolina wetlands, the Sylvan Heights Bird Park provides a home for more than 2,000 ducks, geese, and exotic egg layers. As they stroll along the trails and waterfront, guests can observe birds hailing from almost every continent, such as peacocks, flamingos, and toucans. In addition to the walk-through aviaries, the park aims to educate and entertain visitors with interactive children’s programs, tours, and activities such as scavenger hunts. Among its many attractions are the Bird’s Nest Treehouse and Beaver Pond Blind, both of which highlight the importance of wetland conservation, as well as the Landing Zone, where visitors can feed the birds with a seed stick.

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