The Bali Bird Park has a large collection of rare and unusual Indonesian birds and birds from other countries that roam free throughout the park or are contained within lush aviaries.
Located in the Batubulan stone carving village and next door to the reptile farm, the park is a popular day trip from the surrounding tourist towns of Kuta, Sanur, and Ubud.
Divided into regions that attempt to recreate the birds natural habitats, the Bali Bird Park takes you on a trail through the Indonesian archipelago, Latin America and South Africa.
The Bird Park plays a key role in protecting and conserving Indonesia’s endangered wildlife and has successfully bred many species, including the rare Pesquet’s parrot, birds of paradise, hornbills, and Bali starlings.
The Bali Bird Park is halfway between Kuta and Ubud, and northeast of Denpasar, just off Jalan Batubulan.