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March 29, 2015

Magaul Bird Park’s Wings of the World

Enjoying the wonderful world of the birds! This one of a kind immersive experience can only be seen in the Philippines.

Wings of the World bring-in the half-a-thousand birds on stage coming from all the directions of the Alula Amphitheater, Magaul Bird Park at JEST Camp,  Subic Bay Freeport Zone.

This is a breathtaking adventure wth different kind of beautiful birds.

The bird show present an ensemble of our bird buddies in order to promote the protection of our environment. This 25-30 minute spectacular took the audiences in an immersive experience before unlike anything we’ve ever encountered.

Wings of the World, produced by an all-Filipino team, unveil its majestic charm last March 28 at the same outdoor theatre as Winged Wonders (The 100 Birds Show).

Exciting moments as we were waiting for the birds show, I went around the Jest Camp, and saw beautiful birds on their activities.

Magaul Bird Park at JEST Camp is the leading bird park in the Philippines. The park is privately owned by the Lacap family. The 2 hectare theme park is home to an exciting array of attractions - being named as Subic’s Ultimate Sky adventure.

Enjoy and watch a hundred pigeons encircle your seats. Feel a hundred Guinea Fowls graze upon your heads as they descend towards the stage. Marvel as our Rufous Hornbills, and our majestic Macaws fly over you. Look up in awe as the giant wings of our White Bellied Sea Eagle cast a shadow over you. Gaze upon the colourful spectacles of our Sun Conures and so much more!

Magaul Bird Park located at JEST Camp Subic, and will be shown during Weekends and Public Holidays at 11am, 1:30pm and 4pm starting March 28.

During weekdays, The Winged Wonders 100 Birds Show will be shown at 11am and 1:30Pm. 

For more information, please visit or call their Subic Office at 0472521489 or text 09177964668 or the Manila booking office at 02 2189023 or text 0922 3844227 / 09175310992  or email at MAGAULBIRDPARK@JESTCAMP.COM

Photos: Arts Travel Magazine

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