TUTUS AND BIRDS FLOCK TOGETHER AT JURONG BIRD PARK

St Petersburg Ballet meets feathered friends at Asia’s largest bird paradise

SINGAPORE, 28 May 2015Jurong Bird Park witnessed a harmony of feathered wonders today, as members of the internationally acclaimed St Petersburg Ballet flocked to the park ahead of their Swan Lake performance in Singapore. Decked out in white tutus and feathered headbands, the four ballerinas hand-fed colourful lories and lorikeets, and preened alongside a flamboyance of flamingos, wowing visitors in the park.

Ballerinas from St Petersburg Ballet feeding lories and lorikeets at Jurong Bird Park’s Lory Loft – the world’s largest lory flight aviary. The nine-storey high exhibit is one of the park’s popular attractions and is home to over 200 free-flying birds found in Indonesia, Papua New Guinea and Australia. Visitors can expect bright colours of red, yellow, green and blue fluttering above their heads as they feed the birds with a nectar mix. PHOTO CREDIT: WILDLIFE RESERVES SINGAPORE.
Ballerinas from St Petersburg Ballet feeding lories and lorikeets at Jurong Bird Park’s Lory Loft – the world’s largest lory flight aviary. Visitors can expect bright colours of red, yellow, green and blue fluttering above their heads as they feed the birds with a nectar mix. PHOTO CREDIT: WILDLIFE RESERVES SINGAPORE.
Ballerinas from St Petersburg Ballet feeding lories and lorikeets on a suspension bridge at Jurong Bird Park’s Lory Loft – the world’s largest lory flight aviary. The nine-storey high exhibit is one of the park’s popular attractions and is home to over 200 free-flying birds found in Indonesia, Papua New Guinea and Australia. Visitors can expect bright colours of red, yellow, green and blue fluttering above their heads as they feed the birds with a nectar mix. PHOTO CREDIT: WILDLIFE RESERVES SINGAPORE.
Ballerinas from St Petersburg Ballet feeding lories and lorikeets on a suspension bridge at Jurong Bird Park’s Lory Loft – the world’s largest lory flight aviary. The nine-storey high exhibit is one of the park’s popular attractions and is home to over 200 free-flying birds found in Indonesia, Papua New Guinea and Australia. PHOTO CREDIT: WILDLIFE RESERVES SINGAPORE.
Ballerinas from St Petersburg Ballet posing on pointe against a flamboyance of flamingoes at Jurong Bird Park’s Flamingo Lake where hundreds of pink-hued greater and lesser flamingoes reside. PHOTO CREDIT: WILDLIFE RESERVES SINGAPORE.
Ballerinas from St Petersburg Ballet posing on pointe against a flamboyance of flamingoes at Jurong Bird Park’s Flamingo Lake where hundreds of pink-hued greater and lesser flamingoes reside. PHOTO CREDIT: WILDLIFE RESERVES SINGAPORE.

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