Two of the world’s largest macaws have been brought to Camperdown Wildlife Centre by Leisure & Culture Dundee with support from the Friends of Camperdown Wildlife Centre.
The 8 year old Hyacinth Macaws, named Ben and Minnie have arrived at the centre and are now settling into their new surroundings . The Friends group were involved in efforts to bring the birds to the centre and have provided some funding towards the construction of the enclosure.
Bradly Yule, network manager at the Centre said:
“The enclosure includes 1,200 cubic metres of flying space (or 43,470 cubic feet) and will be furnished with branches, logs and contains a 5 metre mature cherry tree for perching. The ground inside the enclosure is still drying out from our wet Scottish...