The Birds of Primarily Primates

July 9, 2010

There are many types of birds at Primarily Primates, including former pet parrots and cockatiels. These birds lived in small cages before arriving at the sanctuary and now live in larger habitats where they can fly and explore. Other birds, like African crowned cranes and Sarus cranes, roam freely among the sanctuary grounds alongside many rehabilitated native birds such as ducks and swans.

A black swan next to the sanctuary pond.

One of two rescued emus at the sanctuary.

A sarus crane swims on the sanctuary pond.

Many ducks live on the sanctuary pond.

An african crowned crane walks freely among the sanctuary grounds.