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Visit the world's largest waterfowl park, featuring over 2,500 birds from around the world in large walk-through aviaries. Meet endangered waterfowl, flamingos, parrots, cranes, toucans, and more. Get an up-close experience with parakeets in the...more
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
500 Sylvan Heights Park Way, Scotland Neck, NC 27874
All reviews endangered species bird park bird food day trip golf cart tour well worth the trip nc zoo north carolina rocky mount bring a picnic lunch hand feeding entry fee great family outing two hours picnic tables fun place to visit kids and adults
The park has plenty of parking and once you locate Scotland Neck it is easy to find. Entrance fee is $12 for adults and $11 for seniors. The park is well set out & the birds are separated into their native countries or continents. Each...More
My wife and I visited the Sylvan Heights Bird Park in Scotland Neck,NC today. We had a great time! It has a decent location , plenty of parking, a very pleasant and helpful staff and a impressive assortment of birds to view!
Their prices are...More
Very prolific and educational. Diverse species of birds. The guide Bret was very knowledgeable and patient with our group who had some disabilities. We took pictures and fed some of the birds! Great for families and small children.
I enjoyed it. It is the largest collection of birds that I have ever seen. The trip out to Scotland Neck was pleasant. Sylvan Heights is off of Hwy 258 north of Scotland Neck itself, just follow the signs. I would recommend that you bring...More
Excellent place for a family outing. We've taken many visitors there and strongly recommend it to everyone who hasn't been. Many learning opportunities for those who want them, but also simply beautiful surroundings for folks who want to just sit or wander.
Large and shaded, with tons of parking and very reasonable admission fees. Great for young or older children, friendly and knowledgeable staff with birds everywhere, broken up by region. The tropical ones were warm indoors. The young children favorites were feeding the parrots and flamingos...More
I always heard of the park from friends for the last 6 to 8 years but I did not ever make it a priority place to visit. We just visited the park this past weekend and it was very well worth the trip and weekend...More
My wife and I visited there recently to check it out as place to bring our grandchildren (and we will certainly be doing that). There are literally birds from almost every continent and they are kept in very natural settings; in many instances, they are...More