Breeding is essential for the survival of a species, also for the well-being of all birds.
We find mates for all of our 1,300-plus birds.
ONLY A SMALL PERCENTAGE NOW REMAIN SINGLE.
We successfully breed
Three Lesser Bird-of-paradise hatchlings
Two Red Bird-of-paradise hatchlings
Three Salmon Crested Cockatoo hatchlings
Several Bali Starling hatchlings
One Black-winged Starling hatchlings
Many Nicobar Pigeon hatchlings
Several Black Palm Cockatoo hatchlings
Our long-term goal is to become a zoological centre of excellence for the Paradisaeidae family. We are off to a good start
Keepers are trained to recognize the behavior of birds that are ready to breed and then furnish appropriate nutrition & nesting materials.
At any time - between 12 and 15 pairs in the Park are doing so.
Specialized facilities for incubating and nurturing hatchlings.
Our Breeding Program
- Rearing Birds of endangered species
- Developing populations of rare species
- Recording processes of breeding/ behavior
- Developing and strong and recorded bloodstock