Students of Frobels International School visited Bahria Enclave Bird Aviary. The children were very happy to see unique and exotic birds. “The Children really enjoyed there, they feed the birds with their own hands, and were cheering to see over 5,000 birds of various species, including rare ones,”.This was the great experience according to the children and unforgettable memory. Bahria Enclave Bird Aviary:The aviary is the main attraction for visitors to the park because of having 4,000 birds of 280 species, is the main attraction for visitors to the park.The aviary,that claims to be the third largest in the world, contain pigeons,geese, ducks, ostriches, cranes, crown, doves, pheasants, peacocks, swans, cranes and parrots. The green-winged macaw and white cockatoo are crowd favourites.The birds are kept in a massive cage, with living space so they can fly and walk comfortably, and visitors can roam around in the enclosure.Inside the park, there is also a pond where birds can be seen swimming. According to the animal caretakers, one thousand visitors come every day, while according to the company’s website around 1 million people visit the aviary every year.