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Parks and gardens of Kuala-Lumpur P.2

Uritsk Andrey • 4 minutes read • April 23rd, 2016
And now we continue our journey!
Below is the bird park that contains hundreds of different representatives of the bird family! Please forgive for going off topic with this zoological theme, especially given my limited knowledge on the matter. However, this park was part of our program during our trip to

Kuala Lumpur. It is also necessary for me to mention that visiting these parks and garden left a very strong impression on us! If you ever travel to Kuala Lumpur, I highly recommend visiting this park! 

 

So, this is the 

Bird park KL

 and some of its inhabitants …
These birds are, probably, either storks or herons . . .  
What a powerful beak it has!
The real eagle owl usually sleeps in the afternoon …
And this one, for some reason, is awake … or, maybe, we woke him? :)

Cockatoo parrots . . . well, right now they seem to be gossiping :)
And I know that these are macaw parrots!  I remember, copying this parrot from the "Life of Animals" book when I was a child  :)
I drew this parrot with colored pencils!
A nice display of attention and courtesy we see here . . .  
And one more parrot party here:
It swears!))))))))))
However, birds aren't the only inhabitants of the park. Monkeys can be seen everywhere, climbing through the trees. 
Another member of the bird family here but clearly from a different category :)

It was so pleasant to walk through this park, there were even waterfalls there!
And now our photo report on the life of monkeys! :)
- Well, well . . . there's something interesting going on . . . :)

He is probably the leader . . .

Men are going out for beer!

- And I am too young to drink beer right now. I'll have a banana instead! 
Toward the end of our walk, we came across these feathery fellows again . . .  
Here are the flamingoes …
This huge peacock walked imposingly along one of the central paths . . . 
- Oh, and what are you doing here? The bus leaves soon … :)
Author: Uritsk
Source: uritsk.livejournal.com
Translated by: Vera Lungol

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