Campo troupials (from the Greek "ikterus" = yellow and the Tupi "jamacaí" = bird that eats caterpillars) are very beautiful birds with a very melodious singing ability. That is why they end up being target for illegal traffic of wild birds. You can feed the campo troupials in the Backstage Experience (learn more here).

A lesson about human ambition and nature preservation. At Parque das Aves you can find the representation of this legendary tree from Norse mythology and learn about some of its story.

In this room you can closely observe the feeding of baby birds, as well as all other care directed to them during the first moments of their lives.


Get to know some of the birds that were rescued from trafficking and mistreatment and nowadays act as ambassadors of their species, helping visitors understand the problem of illegal trade of fauna in Brazil.

Dance of colors and synchronized movements. At the Flamingos Aviary you will be enchanted by these elegant birds, and you can even keep a close look on how they take care of their babies during breeding season.

Parque das Aves is located in the largest remnant of interior Atlantic Rainforest, the second biome with the greatest biodiversity in the planet. In this aviary, you meet some of the bird species that live in this area, such as Curassows, Jays and Black-fronted Piping-Guans, all of them coexisting in different levels of the forest in this amazing biome.

At "How we save species" area you meet some bird species threatened with extinction and reproduced by Parque das Aves for conservation programs. Among them is the Red-billed Curassow (Crax blumenbachii), a bird considered "Endangered" by IUCN.

At "How we save species" area, you meet some bird species threatened with extinction and reproduced by Parque das Aves for conservation programs. Among them is the Black-fronted Piping-Guan (Aburria jacutinga), threatened with extinction due to the loss of habitat and exploitation of palmito-juçara (Euterpe edulis).

In 2017, six Black-fronted Piping-Guans born at Parque das Aves were sent to Projeto Jacutinga, runned by SAVE Brazil.


The Alagoas Curassow (Pauxi mitu) has been extinct in the wild since the 1970s. Within the species conservation program, Parque das Aves has received 10 couples in 2015, breeding 22 baby birds and increasing the world's population by 10%. Here you meet some of them up close and, soon, follow in our social networks the return of the species to its natural habitat in the Atlantic Rainforest of the state of Alagoas.


The Birds of River and Mangrove Aviary is inhabited by birds that live in the aquatic environment, near rivers or coasts, such as Scarlet Ibis, Red-tailed Amazons, Great White Egret and Brazilian Teals, as well ad the charming Toco Toucan, Red-legged Seriemas and many other species.

Even though they do not feed on humans, the Anacondas, the world's largest snakes, cause fascination and fear. At Parque das Aves, you can get a closer look at this species that is having its habitat affected by deforestation.

At Caimans Lake, contrary to what the name says, not only Broad-snouted Caimans (Caiman latirostris) live. There you can also find Black-bellied Sliders (Trachemys dorbigni) and some fish species, such as carp and tilapia, all living in harmony.

Boas are excellent swimmers, but spend most of their time on land, in hollow logs or abandoned burrows. At Parque das Aves, you can take a close look on the behavior of these peaceful animals threatened by hunting and illegal trade.

The cafe Tropicana is located in the middle of the Atlantic Rainforest and you can sit and relax enjoying a variety of juices and snacks while recharging your energies to continue your visit through Parque das Aves.


The Harpy Eagle (Harpia harpyja), with its majestic posture and incomparable strength, is the most powerful bird of prey in the world. At Parque das Aves you will find one of the largest harpy breeding aviaries on display in the world.

Considered the majesty of the air, the King Vulture (Sarcoramphus papa) is an important bird because it cleans up the environment, helping control epidemics. Here you will be close to this impressive bird and learn a little more about its habits.

At the Parakeets Aviary you meet several species of parakeets, like the Jandaya Parakeet (Aratinga jandaya), the Monk Parakeet (Myiopsitta monachus) and the White-eyed Parakeet (Psittacara leucophthalmus), flying and interacting.

At this aviary, you meet a couple of Toco Toucan (Ramphastos toco albogularis), an emblematic bird of Parque das Aves, and in the breeding season you can accompany in real time the parents in their nest through a TV, taking care of eggs and babies.

Parque das Aves supports the work from Aquasis NGO so that the Grey-breasted Parakeet (Pyrrhura griseipectus) doesn't suffer risk of extinction. Here at the Park you can be enchanted with the species and find out a bit more about the monitoring work and environmental education carried out in the field for the preservation of the species.


Our famous pair of Hyacinth Macaws (Anodorhynchus hyacinthinus), Fofa and Oswaldo, can be met from up close in this aviary. Follow them interecting and check out this majestic bird, which is in danger of extinction.


Many species of macaws live in Brazil and you can meet many of them here at Parque das Aves. Get involved in a dawn of colors brought by the various species of macaws and parrots in this immersion aviary, where you can feel the presence of the birds around you.

Some cultures believe that when a butterfly lands on you, it is a sign of good news. Come and be dazzled in this constant metamorphosis in a delicate and charming butterfly house, shared by countless species of butterflies and hummingbirds that will change your life.

Owls are the owners of the night and more than 20 species can be found in Brazil flying after sunset. At Parque das Aves you can observe some of these wonderful species in an environment specially prepared for them.

At “A Trip Down the Memory Lane” area you learn a bit more about the history of Parque das Aves, directly linked to the trajectory of the Croukamp family, founders of the Park.


Parque das Aves is one of the few places where you can meet face to face with a Southern Cassowary (Casuarius casuarius), a solitary and territorialist bird that become extremely aggressive when provoked, which made it earn the title of "most dangerous bird in the world" in the Book of Records.

The Grey Parrot (Psittacus erithacus) is a very intelligent psittacine species from Africa, and has a very deep connection to Parque das Aves history.

In this aviary, you get to know the birds who inspired the creation of Parque das Aves and take a close look on the biggest flock of Grey Parrots in a Latin America zoo.


At the Encounter with Macaws, the visitor is surrounded by macaws, being able to experience the sensations and feelings of this incredible opportunity very closely. And Parque das Aves offers, free of charge*, that the visitor takes a picture of this experience, while at the same time campaigning to protect the Atlantic Rainforest, a biome almost completely devastated, where 72% of the Brazilian population lives.

* Free interaction with the purchase of the ticket to Parque das Aves.

  In the gift shop at the end of trail visitors can buy a souvenir from their visit to Parque das Aves. The profits go to the conservation and shelter work that the Park carries out, besides directly supporting several projects in the field and local artisans.   After a lovely visit, nothing is better than sitting in a pleasant setting and enjoying a delicious meal or a cold drink (or hot during winter). Recanto dos Flamingos Restaurant has local products and recipes that value Atlantic Rainforest products, as well as offering an unforgettable view of the Flamingos Lake.

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