Posted at 10:41 pm April 17, 2013 by PR
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
APRIL 17, 2013
CONTACT: SAN DIEGO ZOO GLOBAL
Birds in Flight
A Victoria crowned pigeon lands on its trainer while practicing behaviors for the Frequent Flyers bird show at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park this morning.
The Safari Park has continued to expand its bird show since 2005, when the show debuted. The numbers of birds in the show has now tripled. One of the show’s unique factors is that with over 50 trained birds available, the show is constantly changing. Bird trainers often vary which birds they bring out, keeping both the audience and the birds on their toes, so to speak.
Photo taken on April 17, 2013, by Ken Bohn, San Diego Zoo Safari Park.
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