African Penguin

Our coolest residents are definitely our penguins. Hailing from South Africa, they find Miami’s climate isn’t outside of their nature. After all, of the 17 types of [...]

Andean Condor

Andean Condor is the largest flying bird in the Western Hemisphere. They live in the Andes Mountains, usually at very high altitudes, from 10,000 to 16,000 feet high. [...]

Black Palm Cockatoo

Black Palm Cockatoos are a unique and magnificent species, with their erect crests, bright red naked facial skin and a large imposing beak.  The plumage is entirely black but [...]

Blue throated Macaw

Blue throated Macaws are prized for their beauty and personality and are among the largest parrots, with tails almost as long as their bodies. Appropriately named, Blue [...]

Caribbean Flamingo

Caribbean Flamingos are one of six species of Flamingo found around the world. Flamingos are easily identifiable with their pink feathers, long necks and legs, and a boomerang [...]

Double-Wattled Cassowary

The cassowary is a large, flightless bird native to the forests of New Guinea and northeastern Australia. Cassowaries are primarily fruit eaters, but also eat snails, frogs, rodents, [...]

Eclectus Parrot

Eclectus Parrots are unique among parrots in their strikingly dimorphic plumage color. The females’ feathers are a deep red and are coupled with jet-black beaks while the males [...]

Emu

Emu is Australia’s tallest native bird, reaching up to 6 ft in height. It is flightless and easily identifiable by the shaggy grey-brown feathers on its body. They [...]

Great-Horned Owl

Great-horned Owl is a prolific hunter able to take down an extremely wide range of prey items (over 250 have been identified.) They have feathers around their eyes [...]

Hyacinth Macaw

Hyacinth Macaws are known as the gentle giants, highly prized for their beauty and personality. They are the largest of all parrots with tails almost as long as [...]