Birdworld is the United Kingdom's largest bird park, covering 26 acres . It is located in the East Hampshire district of Hampshire, close to the village of Bucks Horn Oak and the surrounding Alice Holt Forest. Birdworld includes an Underwater World and Jenny Wren children's farm. It is part of the parent company Denys. E. Head, which also owns the nearby Forest Lodge garden centre and Garden Style, a wholesale plant seller.
There are more than 180 different species of birds, over 11 of which are endangered and several of these are critically endangered. These include the Bali starling, Montserrat oriole and northern bald ibis. There is a flock of great white pelicans on pelican island, one of the largest free flying parrot aviaries in the world, a number of parrot species, a seashore themed aviary with a wave machine and a birds of prey area. Some of the other birds at Birdworld include the popular talking myna birds, of which they have one Javan mynas and one hill myna.
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