Wildlife Safari
Chilian Flamingos
As Zoo Bird Animals

The plumage on the Chilean Flamingo is pinker than the slightly larger Greater Flamingo, but less so than Caribbean Flamingo. It can be differentiated from these species by its grayish legs with pink joints and also by the larger amount of black on the bill (more than half). Young chicks may have no sign of pink coloring whatsoever, but instead remain grey. [from Wildlife Safari website]
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Flamingos Ate
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(Date Photographed: 14:03:30 Thursday 24 September 2015)
(Date Published: Wednesday 1 March 2017)
© 2006 Bryan Costales
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A group of flamingos stood in a shallow pond inside the Safari Village part of Wildlife Safari.


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Video Flamingos Eating
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Chilian Flamingos external link As Zoo Bird Animals
In Safari Village internal link
In Winston, Oregon external link
(Date Photographed: 14:04:50 Thursday 24 September 2015)
(Date Published: Wednesday 1 March 2017)
© 2006 Bryan Costales
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#C15_4469


A video of Chilian flamingos eating off the bottom of a shallow pond in the Safari Village section of Wildlife Safari.


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