Great egret and spoonbill pairs continue to arrive, along with some Wood storks. North American wood duck There are chicks of every species in the rookery at this time, but still displaying from all species with the exception of the wood storks. New Guinea crocodile Cottonmouth Chinese alligator Big Birds. All of the smaller species have arrived. The natural alligator swamp area of the park attracts hundreds of pairs of wading birds that nest literally feet away from the boardwalk. Timber rattlesnake Season is over and the majority of the birds fly off. Morelet’s crocodile Photographers achieve award-winning shots here every year. The Rookery Blog includes status updates and natural history information about the native bird rookery at the St. Augustine Alligator Farm. Edward’s pheasant Gharial Tokay gecko, Western hognose snake Asian leaf turtle, Barred owl Most Great egrets are incubating eggs. Rookery is mass chaos. Visit from March through June to see the most nesting activity with the birds in full breeding plumage. Snowys, Little blues, and Tri-coloreds are laying eggs. Visiting the St. Augustine Alligator Farm bird rookery. Alligator Farm is within the modern zoo of St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park, in Florida. Royal/ball python White-fronted marmoset African pancake tortoise Komodo dragon, Macklot’s python Mangrove snake Yellow-headed amazon Nine-banded armadillo Southern toad Cattle egrets start showing up. Toco toucan Swallow-tailed kite, Taiwan beauty snake Photographers: Annual passes and two-day early-entry photo passes can be purchased. American alligator Cape griffon vulture Great egrets and Wood storks continue to flock in. Woma Savanna monitor Southern cassowary Mertens’ water monitor Shingleback skink Macquarie turtle Red-footed tortoise Southeast Asian box turtle Gopher/pine snake Click here to learn more about our popular Photo Contest and to see gorgeous winning photographs! Eastern screech owl Arrau turtle There are egrets, spoonbills, wood storks and herons who all call this area home and it was so fun trying to get a few good photos as we walked through. Nothing has even fledged yet. Inland bearded dragon Pygmy rattlesnake, Rainbow boa Prevost’s squirrel Red-crested turaco We try to keep our list of animals current, but species and specimens are constantly changing. Caiman lizard Black-crowned crane The displaying has started winding down but there are still birds on eggs. Spoonbill eggs due to hatch soon. White-cheeked pintail Great egret chicks start hatching out. Boa constrictor Diamondback terrapin Sunbittern Still lots of displaying birds of every species. American bullfrog Black-headed python This blog contains a plethora of nesting activity data so photographers and bird watchers can best plan their visit. St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park: Birds. Dwarf caiman Chinese three-keeled pond turtle Cape Griffon vultures, hooded vultures, and Marabou storks squabble and bicker over their prey at the 10:30 am feeding demonstration held on most days, while graceful West African crowned cranes stride across the exhibit displaying their photogenic plumage. - See 3,771 traveler reviews, 2,199 candid photos, and great deals for St. Augustine, FL, at Tripadvisor. St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park: birds! Green-winged macaw, Indigo snake Big Birds. Carpet/diamond python Pay a visit to the Zoo to find out who’s waiting to meet you today! Madagascar giant hognose snake Northern pintail, Palm cockatoo Eastern diamondback rattlesnake Black caiman White cockatoo African slender-snouted crocodile Perth pygmy python The Wood storks begin to lay. Blue-tongued skink Black-necked swan Chicks everywhere. The Alligator Farm is located on Anastasia Island near St. Augustine, Florida at 999 Anastasia Boulevard. (As of 2014, it was $89.95 for a photographer’s annual pass, good for admission an hour … Island boa, King cobra Reticulated python This blog contains a plethora of nesting activity data so photographers and bird watchers can best plan their visit. The Greats start to lay eggs. Displaying is over. European rabbit, False gavial The Rookery Blog includes status updates and natural history information about the native bird rookery at the St. Augustine Alligator Farm. Asian brown tortoise Roseate spoonbills, wood storks, great egrets, snowy egrets, and several heron species swoop in each year to raise their young in the trees within our two-acre Native Swamp and Rookery exhibit. St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park - Alligator Attractions and Exhibits, Zoo, Zip Lining, Bird Rookery and Nature and Wildlife Exhibits The farm covers a land area of about 10 acres although all of this is not currently developed. Malaysian giant pond turtle Blue-throated macaw Tickets are $1 less purchased online. Red-rumped agouti Blotched python The Green herons start nesting within the park (not the rookery). Philippine crocodile St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park - Alligator Attractions and Exhibits, Zoo, Zip Lining, Bird Rookery and Nature and Wildlife Exhibits Knobbed hornbill The St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park’s Wild Bird Rookery presents a unique opportunity for photographers to capture intimate images of nesting Florida wading birds. Ruddy duck, Saltwater crocodile Brown pelican Scarlet macaw Mali spiny-tailed lizard ... mammals and birds. 999 Anastasia Blvd. St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park - Alligator Attractions and Exhibits, Zoo, Zip Lining, Bird Rookery and Nature and Wildlife Exhibits There can be no guarantee that all of these animals will be on display during your visit, but there may also be new animals that have not yet made it to our list. Prehensile-tailed porcupine Yellow-spotted Amazon River turtle, 999 Anastasia Blvd. Common kingsnake Dwarf crocodile, Eastern box turtle Great egret chicks are starting to get to a good size. Domestic chicken Blood python ST. AUGUSTINE, Florida — The sudden subconscious twitches of visitors lining the boardwalk at the Alligator Farm Zoological Park in St. Augustine seemed almost choreographed. Blue-and-yellow macaw St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park: It's All About Birds! Fledglings are everywhere. What we’ll learn: A variety of techniques for capturing birds … Pesquet’s parrot Broad-nosed caiman Our wooden walkway allows for incredibly intimate views of Florida’s magnificent wading birds on their nests. The high-definition live webcam shows you a few reptiles in Alligator Lagoon as well as a beautiful nest with roseate spoonbill and other wading birds… Ring-tailed lemur The Alligator Farm … Siamese crocodile Timor python Green tree python Gila monster African gold skink Green heron chicks hatching out within the park. Wood stork chicks are screaming constantly. Snapping turtle Curl-crested aracari, D’Albert’s python Sonoran mountain kingsnake Crested fireback pheasant Places we’ll visit: St. Augustine Alligator Farm (Bird Rookery), St Augustine beaches and oceanfront, Historic St. Augustine and surrounding areas. Scrub python St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park: Birds. A few of the Snowy egrets, Little blue herons, and Tri-colored herons start arriving. Wood stork chicks start hatching. Great egret chicks are pretty big. Roseate spoonbills continue to nest build throughout the season. Many species still continuing to display. Cuba/Caymans iguana Marabou stork The natural alligator swamp area of the park attracts hundreds of pairs of wading birds that nest literally feet away from the boardwalk. St. Augustine, FL 32080, © 2019 St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park and Crocodile Crossing Zip Line, • COMPLETE LIST OF SPECIES HOUSED AT THE ALLIGATOR FARM •. Alligator snapping turtle Knobtail gecko The Great egret and stork chicks are gigantic. Buffon’s macaw, Cabot’s tragopan Website for St. Augustine Alligator Farm. Four-toed hedgehog Corn snake Spectacled caiman The St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zooilogical Park is currently closed to visitors and will reopen as soon as it is safe to do so.

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