Birds Moluccan Cockatoo Moluccan Cockatoo Moluccan Cockatoos (also called salmon-crested cockatoos) have salmon-pink colored feathers that cover most of their head crest. Read more Eurasian Eagle Owl Eurasian Eagle Owl The Eurasian Eagle Owl is one of the largest owl species Read more East African Crowned Crane East African Crowned Crane The East African Crowned Crane’s name comes from the bristle-like, golden feathers on top of their heads. Read more Green-Winged Macaw Green-Winged Macaw Read more Blue and Gold Macaw Blue and Gold Macaw They are playful and inquisitive and also able to mimic human words and sounds around them. Read more Harlequin Macaw Harlequin Macaw Read more Greater Rhea Greater Rhea The Rhea is the largest of all South American birds and is related to ostriches and emus. Read more Sacred Ibis Sacred Ibis In Ancient Egypt, the Sacred Ibis was worshiped as the god Thoth. Read more Abdim Stork Abdim Stork Local Africans believe that the Abdim’s Stork is a harbinger of rain and good luck. Read more Violet Turaco Violet Turaco Violet turacos aren’t the best flyers, but they easily navigate their forest habitat by running along branches. Read more Red Fronted Amazon Parrot Red Fronted Amazon Parrot They live in large flocks, however, during the breeding season they live in pairs. Read more Yellow-Naped Amazon Parrot Yellow-Naped Amazon Parrot Read more Royal Palm Turkey Royal Palm Turkey Read more Indian Peafowl Indian Peafowl Read more Other Birds include: Black and White Casqued Hornbill, Emu, Common Ostrich, Scarlet Macaw, Military Macaw and Golden Pheasant.