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Flocking together in fine feather in Kuala Lumpur

All these beautiful birds can be seen at the Kuala Lumpur Bird Park in Malaysia. The park houses more than 3,000 birds, representing more than 200 species, in an enclosed aviary. Ninety percent are local birds; the other 10 percent were imported from overseas.
An Indian Blue Peafowl flies across a pond.
An Indian Blue Peafowl flies across a pond.Mark Baker / AP
A Scarlet Ibis searches for food in a stream at the Kuala Lumpur Bird Park in Malaysia on Dec. 5.Mark Baker / AP
A pair of flamingos.Mark Baker / AP
A pair of Western and Victorian crown pigeons eat from a feeding plate.Mark Baker / AP
An Indian Blue Peafowl flies across a pond.Mark Baker / AP

All these beautiful birds can be seen at the Kuala Lumpur Bird Park in Malaysia. The park houses more than 3,000 birds, representing more than 200 species, in an enclosed aviary. Ninety percent are local birds; the other 10 percent were imported from overseas.