Did you know that in Foz do Iguacu do you find the largest Atlantic Forest Bird Park in Latin America? Siiiiim ... this is a unique and unforgettable tour to be held in the Land of the Falls.
Concerned about the conservation and reproduction of endangered species, the Bird Park is an essential tour for visitors to Foz do Iguaçu, located near Cataract, in the Iguaçu National Park. In the Bird Park you will experience a direct contact with more than 1320 birds, covering about 143 different species. They are 16,5 acres of lush Atlantic Forest maintained to form the best habitat for our animals.
The park has species from all corners of Brazil and the world, divided into five nurseries integrated into the forest. Fluffy flights of macaws, toucans, canaries and sages on people are common, since they are allowed to enter some environments - the highlight is the visit to the nursery of the blue macaws, which land on the shoulders of tourists. Natural habitats such as the Pantanal and Amazon Rainforest have been recreated and house parrots, macaws, emas, toucans and herons, as well as alligators, snakes and turtles. In a butterfly are sheltered 15 species of butterflies.
It is important to stress that the Largest Bird Nursery in Latin America, is a specialist in the reproduction of vulnerable and endangered species, so much so that 43% of the birds that live are born through this care. Once retrieved, the birds receive all the care and healthy treatment, in addition to living with individuals of the same species, and often have a partner for reproduction. In addition, the Park is a partner of the Environmental Institute of Paraná (IAP), supporting in projects of recovery of species, as for example, the jacutingas.
To achieve the reproduction of some species, the researchers use the most diverse resources. A nice example to be cited is the reproduction of flamingos, where several mirrors, arranged at angles, give the impression that the population of this bird is much larger. The reason is that flamingos only reproduce in large flocks, but because the number of individuals is small, the mirrors aim to dribble the nature.
The park has been successful in breeding many species, including ararajuba, a bird on the endangered list, as well as the purple-headed parrot, as well as toucan, scorpion, crowned crane, king vulture and the magnificent macaw -blue.
Schedule your trip, come to Foz do Iguaçu, stay at Tarobá Hotel! It is sure to be your best hotel option in Foz do Iguaçu, located in central region, has quick and easy access to Paraguay and Argentina, and of course, to have the best cost benefit of the Triple Border.
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