New Bird Shows Have Debuted at Disney’s Animal Kingdom

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Starting today, Disney’s Animal Kingdom has a new bird experience. Featuring the birds from “Flights of Wonder,” the park’s trainers and birds demonstrate lighthearted and interactive behaviors using stages in Africa and DinoLand U.S.A. In order to accommodate these new experiences, the “Flights of Wonder” showtimes will be adjusted to 11:30 AM, 1:30 PM, and 2:30 PM daily.

The short performances in Dinoland U.S.A. will take place on a temporary stage in DinoLand U.S.A. at 3:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. They will feature 3-4 different birds and highlight the connections birds share with dinosaurs.

The short performances in Africa will take place on the Harambe stage near Tusker House Restaurant and will occur as a surprise for Guests and will not be listed in the Times Guide. The performances will feature 3-4 different birds and highlight species characteristics and unique behavioral demonstrations.

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Ryan B
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Ryan B

Those poor birds.

Where is their Blackfish?

Berimon
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Berimon

The Lannisters got him. :(

Lady Stoneheart
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Lady Stoneheart

hahahahaha

L
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L

well actually this is a cut in performances for the birds and anyway the birds don’t perform that much. There’s like 5 birds that play each role in the show. we always talk to the handlers after the show and find out their actual names.

Only here for the comments
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Only here for the comments

“Short performances” Thanks budget cuts…

Really?
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Really?

They’re birds not performers. Give me a break.

Sara Jacobson
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Sara Jacobson

Oh come on. If they weren’t performing, they’d be on my plate.