Baby birds in Dutch Avifauna zoo

This video is about Rüppell’s vultures in Africa.

Avifauna is a zoo in Alphen in the Netherlands. It specializes in birds.

Recently, several young birds have hatched there, according to a report on the park’s site.

A Rüppell’s vulture chick was born recently. It was the first time ever that a Rüppell’s vulture’s egg hatched in Avifauna.

Also a first for Avifauna is the young green jay hatched this spring.

This year, there are also two Steller’s sea eaglets.

And an eagle owl chick.

A baby kea born in a German zoo is so ugly that even his mother doesn’t want him: here.

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