Free Flight Aviary

10 September 2007

Folks, I have to show you how much fun I had at the free flight aviary here in San Diego, Ca where I am visiting for a month while I'm at a Navy school.

I highly suggest if you're in the area to google the place and get directions to visit, it's a fun time for only 5$ per adult! =D  Enjoy the pictures!  I had a great time taking them!

There are birds all over the place, some you can even have hop up on your finger!  No cages to have to shoot through for most of the birds! =D Which always makes me happy!

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I loved the feathers on this red one!

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This blue one was so neat!

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These two were sooo cute! =D


This one was my favorite, he was so friendly! =)


These guys were helping each other out, scratching each others back! hehe


This green fellow was quite excited to see me!


I loved the look of the blue feathers in this photo!


This little guy was trying to make me turn my head also! haha


I really liked this picture because of the wonderfully colored feathers!
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Ahh and then of course there are a few fun shots of me and the friendly birdy!



And you want to know when a nice bird wants you to stop taking it's picture?  It sticks it's tongue out at you like this!Free Flight Aviary

Well I hope you enjoyed looking at a few of my pictures from today's trip! =D 
There's some more at my I tried to pick my favorites to display here!


Reagan said...

Wow those are great pictures! I love the bird sticking his tongue out - That's really a strange thing to see... :) Are both of you in CA yet?

Angie and Jason said...

You shouldn't shoot birds. It's not nice. :P

Great pics.

Jen Green said...

Hi, Carol Tate gave me your blog address and I thought I would say hi and introduce myself. Our family is here in Sasebo with the navy. We'd love to meet you guys when you've got some free time.
Jen, Sam & Lola Green

Joy said...

How cool! Looks like a lot of fun!

Sodacoaster said...

First one: Blue and Gold Macaw
Second: Scarlet Macaw
Third: Sun Conures
Fourth: ummm, i have to look again i can't remember.

Sodacoaster said...


Third: hycacinth Macaw
Fourth: sun conures
Fifth: lesser crested cockatoo

Then somewhere in there you have possibly a mini macaw or a mexican macaw.

Having birds even small ones like the ones i have (Budgies) is a fantastic experience. If you get just one it will bond with you a ton and preen your eyebrows and eyelashes. You might look into getting one, they should be all over Japan.