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Jurong Bird Park,
Singapore

This is a fantastic zoo for those interested in photographing birds. Many of the set ups have a natural background, and many of the species are able to flit around with others in huge avairies. The park is divided into many sections representing: themes, habitats (riverine etc), countries (Africa, South-east Asia), or groups of birds (parrots).

Image of a Livingstone Turaco and Starling feed side by side in the African waterfall section (Damon Ramsey, www.ecosystem-guides.com)the African bird section!...or, you could just go to Africa? What are you sitting there for? Go!

There is a section devoted to South-east Asian birds, including Pittas, Barbets, Broadbills, Kingfishers and others. But there is also a great mix of South-east Asian birds flying free or mixed into different zones.

a Black-naped Oriole having a fight (Damon Ramsey, www.ecosystem-guides.com)

access

A taxi to the park is about Singapore$20, and entry into the park is about Singapore$25.
You can save a couple of bucks getting various entries to parks at the same time (eg: a double ticket which also includes the zoo). The entry lines can be long at school holidays and weekends, and taxis a bit of a wait on Sundays, so take a book...

Updates
My first trip after the virus is as Expedition leader in Tasmania with Coral Expeditions, followed by my role as biologist guest lecturer on the Great Barrier Reef. If you can't go travelling until everything settles down, then until then, here I am doing online guided walks for Noble Caledonia and online lectures for Silversea.