Disclosure: I’m a SeaWorld Wildside blogger. I receive complimentary passes for my family and other perks throughout the year. All opinions are mine.
This weekend, SeaWorld and Aquatica’s newest animal interaction opens! Roa’s Aviary is home to 100 exotic birds (soon to be 300 as more birds are slowly added in to the aviary). Right now you can stroll through the aviary, wade in from the new zero entry beach, or float through on Loggerhead Lane.
San Antonio Mom Blogs has your first look at this unique way of meeting and learning about birds from SeaWorld San Antonio:
No, that sweet Roseate Spoonbill isn’t sitting on my head, but it sure looks like it, doesn’t it? I did let a blue macaw named Chumley roost on my arm for a bit.
As the other birds become accustomed to their new home, you may be able to let them perch upon you too! Right now you can use SeaWorld’s handy bird guide to do a little bird watching as you and your kids identify which birds you see. Eventually you’ll be able to hand feed the birds too!
Your kids are going to ADORE this new addition to the already lovely Aquatica water park at SeaWorld San Antonio.
- Things to Do in San Antonio This Weekend (November 27-29): Free and Cheap Events - November 27, 2020
- Dickens on Main Christmas Festival in Boerne - November 4, 2020
- Boerne Lake: Everything You Need to Know - November 1, 2020