Birds at Cub Creek Science & Animal Camp
Birds are made up a group of animals that are warm-blooded, egg-laying, feathered vertebrates. They have forelimbs modified to form wings. Camp has many different species of birds. We collect guinea and chicken eggs daily and put them in the incubator. Chicks hatch every week during the summer. Campers have the opportunity to help hand feed baby birds, hold cockatiels and love birds and talk to our Blue Fronted Amazon, Bonita (who loves talking back). In our newly renovated Bird Barn, we have six flight rooms. These rooms allow our smaller birds plenty of room for free flight, as well as providing campers the opportunity to add perches, swing and hanging treats.
The following birds reside at Bear River Ranch: