We stopped at this somewhat obscure attraction while visiting Litchfield. It was very interesting. They have birds, mostly waterfowl, that are not typically found in this area. There was also upfront and personal opportunities to see owls, hawks, etc. There is an area where you can walk among some of the birds, while others are behind fenced areas. It appears they tried to duplicate normal environments for the birds. We were greeted and shown around by an intern (Amanda). She was very friendly and helpful.
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