Our Wild Flight shows, held twice-daily, are a blend of education and entertainment, featuring the amazing natural abilities of birds and exotic small mammals.
These informative presentations show off the fascinating features of hawks, owls, falcons, parrots, and others to deliver an inspiring message of wildlife conservation. Watch as hawks and falcons soar right over your head, an African Serval leaps for its prey, a white-nosed coati navigates an obstacle course, and the other amazing animal acts. Learn how many of our feathered performers were injured in the wild but were rehabilitated through our Second Chances Wildlife Rehabilitation Program. In their new home, these birds and other animals serve as ambassadors to help us communicate the importance of conserving wildlife.
animals in this exhibit
These African cats have the longest legs relative to their body size of any wild cat. Wild Flight’s serval is named Kimani.
This raptor is commonly known as a grasshopper hawk or locust hawk for its preferred diet of insects. Wild Flight’s Swainson’s hawk is named Cleo.
Using it tail and feet, the porcupine can easily climb trees to feed. Wild Flight’s prehensile-tailed porcupine is named Chiquita.
Also known as the coati, this relative of the raccoon inhabits wooded areas through the Americas. Wild Flight’s coati is named Sonora.
This ground-dwelling bird is native to Central and South America, where it is used by farmers for pest control. Wild Flight’s seriema is named Nacho.
This tropical bird can be found in forested areas of South America. Wild Flight’s green-winged macaw is named Zeppo.