Kuala Lumpur Bird Park

It’s been a while since I’d been to the KL Bird Park but now that T2 is three, we decided to get her out of the house. Poor lass, all she sees are four walls every day, not even 10% of what her sister got to experience in her first 3 years of life. So, KL Bird Park it was!

There were surprisingly a lot of birds and the place was reasonably well maintained. Here are some bird shots….

You can take pictures with the owls and some other birds perched on your shoulder or your head if you so wish. My girls were too scared for it so we didn’t do it.

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All the birds above, you can take pictures with.

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A very blue bird.

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One with a long beak. There weren’t only birds. There were lots of people too.

T2, being her first time at the KL Bird Park, did not want to walk. She fears crowds and birds.

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Now what in the world was this black swan eating/drinking ???????????

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A Mama and her chicks.

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Given time, T2 slowly got more comfortable with being on her own two feet. What was she mesmerised with?

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It was a big blue bird……..Bigger than her!

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There were a host of colourful parrots that you could touch, carry, feed, talk to….

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But beware for they could shit on you too if you feed them too much!

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There were pretty scenes such as these……behind a waterfall.

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My T2’s face.

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My T1 amongst the landscape…..

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Then T2 asked, “Mama, is a fish a bird???”

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Flamingoes were out sunning themselves…..

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And immediately after, monkey see monkey do……

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There were discussions on birds………or fishes?! Perhaps it was what to eat for lunch!

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The KL Bird Park – We highly recommend it!

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