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Birds Behaving Badly at Birdland Park and Gardens

In a nutshell

Follow the quiz trail to learn about some remarkable birds and their disgusting habits from 16th to 24th February in Bourton-on-the Water, Gloucestershire.

Taking place at

Birdland Park and Gardens Rissington Road, Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucestershire, GL54 2BN

Contact details

Tel: 01451 820480

Web: www.birdland.co.uk

Birds Behaving Badly at Birdland Park and Gardens details...

Open 16 Feb - 24 Feb

Birdland in Gloucestershire offers a magical combination of wildlife and gardens. So spend a family day out enjoying one of the largest collections of exotic birds in the UK. Also, venture into a prehistoric themed landscape to find yourself face to face with over 30 life-sized dinosaurs.

For extra fun during February half term, learn about some of the most amazing birds with the most disgusting habits. It’s exactly the sort of thing to appeal to young visitors! Just collect a quiz trail and set off around the park to discover some truly remarkable creatures. Look out for puking penguins, blood-sucking songbirds, spitting swallows and more.

Finally, do check the timetable of feeding times and talks when you arrive. In particular, penguin feeding times are always a hit with kids – and their adults.

Opening times

Open daily

November-March 10am-4pm

Easter-October 10am-5pm

Admission Prices

Adult £9.95

Child (3-15 years) £6.95

Under 3 Free

Senior/student £8.95

Tickets are valid all day and allow re-admittance with hand-stamp.

Book online in advance for a discount.

Please see www.birdland.co.uk to find out more before travelling.

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Birdland Park and Gardens


One of the UK's largest collections of exotic birds, Birdland is packed with features and fun attractions for all ages. A great day out in Gloucestershire.


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