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Parque Ornitologico Loro

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Almunecar, Spain
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Parque Ornitologico Loro
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OK Claesson wrote a review Jul 2020
Stockholm, Sweden306 contributions138 helpful votes
Hubby and I wanted to see this place with their 'thousands' species as advertised. It is not worth it. We paid 4 euros each to enter. However the birds seemed Packed in cages. They do not have the extent of species they claim to have. There were turtles, parrots, keets, lemurs, peacocks etc. Why are peacocks locked Up in a small space? It was sad to see. In another Cage with the lovebirds there were 2 rats in the cage which we reported to the groundsman and attendant there. We all went to look where the rats seemed to be coming in. They promised to fix the problem as soon possible. There is a cactus garden, which to be honest was not anything to see AT all. What 100 metres of cacti? Come on! Lock in the cacti, let the Birds out!!!
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Date of experience: July 2020
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gardenofengland wrote a review Sep 2019
Folkestone, United Kingdom1,883 contributions442 helpful votes
Went with young grandchild who loves birds but was very disappointed with the park. The birds didn't look very happy and some of the enclosures were small and looked quite neglected. We spent about 40 minutes and it was free entry, although we didn't know this before hand as it was a minor fiesta holiday. Would certainly not pay €4 to visit!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Amanda C wrote a review Jun 2019
Benalmadena, Spain42 contributions3 helpful votes
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Went to see the parrots and birds. First few looked ok but some of the others looked a bit stressed and not in very good condition. Don't know how much attention and handling they get but looked like they needed more. Was a bit upsetting to see. Just because they were in big enclosures doesn't mean they are in the wild.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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farwaiproductions wrote a review Jun 2019
Alhaurin el Grande, Spain486 contributions45 helpful votes
This bird sanctuary was a good visit. Plenty of exotic birds to see in big cages – all seemed to be well with them. The surprise was how large the place is with walkways beyond the first entrance and up into the hillside for some spectacular view over the town of Almunecar. Be warned though, these climbs are steep and hot in the sun too. In addition to the Birds there was also a Cactus garden and other areas with Lemurs and Meerkats too. Well worth the €4 it cost us a lowly OAP’s – Recommended
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Date of experience: June 2019
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christinaBergerac wrote a review May 2019
Wiltshire, United Kingdom47 contributions37 helpful votes
Visited this park and in some ways wished I hadn’t. Attractively laid out walkways and some beautiful birds and other creatures, but many of the cages were small and bare. Very little space for these poor birds to fly about and there was a general air of neglect. Nothing much in the way of fresh water and food. I wanted to open the cages and let them fly free! Apart from the girl taking the ticket money, there didn’t seem to be any other staff about. Found the whole experience rather upsetting.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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