There is a bird park sanctuary in Shenyang, China. Fred and Livia had a chance to visit there.
I wish I knew more about the wildlife there to share with you. But I don't.
I hope you can enjoy the pictures anyway. Feel free to comment on how clueless I am.
|Fred likes chickens... or does he?|
This little guy - a long-necked goose, I believe - looks as interested in the photographer as we are in him! I think he's quite charming. 'Hi goosie gander! Wither do you wander?'
|Fred meets a peacock|
|Recycle bins keep the park tidy|
|This is a pretty interesting chicken!|
It looks cold!
My grandfather would take me to see the ducks when I was little, too. He would always cut bread into cubes to feed to them. We would attract large flocks of all kinds of birds around us as we threw our bread cubes to the ducks.
Looks like these guys are pretty curious about the tourists, even without the bread cubes.
I bet this park is lovely in the summertime.
|An ostrich or an emu? Ostrich, I think. Can you tell the difference?|
|Fred finds it all very interesting|
I want one, too.
|Peacocks are lovely, but their screams are creepy|
|These fellows look like the "G-Men" of the bird world, with their black suits on!|