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News from the Loro Parque Fundación

Parrots magazine August 2011

by DR MATTHIAS REINSCHMIDT, ZOOLOGICAL DIRECTOR, LORO PARQUE FUNDACIÓN

The month of June was marked by the opening of our new large macaw aviary.  The 30 metre long x 12 metre wide x  6 metre high aviary has been completely re-designed. Instead of the previous artificial trees, there are now natural giant trees, growing through the top of the aviary to form a dense green canopy.  A waterfall provides a high humidity, as always occurs in the tropics, and a colourful plant community planted outside the back of the aviary grows through the mesh into the aviary, forming a natural backdrop which the parrots like to nibble.  On the aviary floor, seeds were sown that will develop a natural undergrowth in the aviary.

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