The “Wings of Wonder” Bird Show, which started in 1983 by Gary Denzler, was one of the country’s earliest bird shows. The show originally consisted of only a few birds.
Today, the show consists of twenty-four different species of birds, mammals, and reptiles. They perform a variety of behaviors from flying, calling, mimicking, climbing, and outsmarting their trainers. Some of the show animals include an Emu, Black-Footed Penguin, Hyacinth Macaw, Harris Hawk, Lanner Falcon, Abyssinian Ground Hornbill, and Bald Eagle.
NOTE: Seeds and nuts are used in the Great American Wings of Wonder Bird Show. If there are allergy concerns, please let the Zoo coordinator know before booking a school appearance.
Wings of Wonder Bird Show at the Zoo
Come see the Bird Show in action at the Zoo. Our shows are located at the Great American Wings of Wonder Amphitheater and are free with admission to the Zoo. Don’t miss this educational and entertaining look at some of the zoo’s exotic animals.
When is the Bird Show at the Zoo available?
- Memorial Day Weekend - Labor Day Weekend, 1:00 pm & 3:00 pm, except on Mondays and Tuesdays.
Purchase your Zoo admission tickets online and come see the Bird Show.Learn More >
Traveling Bird Show
The Bird Show staff offers traveling shows that are great for all ages, organizations and events.
Questions? or to register contact the Bird Show (513) 475-6105 or email email@example.com
|Assembly Program||Designed for audiences of 100-400 people. Includes up to eight species of birds and lasts 45 minutes.||Mid-October to Mid-April||$400 first program
$200 for additional programs
|Classroom Program||Designed for audiences of less than 100 people. Includes four species of birds and lasts 30 - 40 minutes.||Year round.||$150 first program
$75 for additional programs
|Bird Appearance||Have birds at your special occasion. Feathered friends may include parrots, Kookaburra, owl, hawk or eagle.||Year round.||$150|
|Penguin Appearance||Have a penguin at your special occasion.||Year round.||$150|
*travel charge will be added for distances more than 20 miles from the zoo