The Flamingo’s Wildlife Habitat is a relief for those wishing to seek refuge from the hot Vegas sun – and for those who love animals too, of course! Situated by the Garden Chapel and Paradise Falls, the habitat is difficult to miss with the sounds of exotic birds and ducks filling the air. The abundance and the shade of surrounding trees, along with the waterfalls nearby, give this area a cooler, more relaxed feel. Take a stroll through the habitat and discover what else The Flamingo has to offer.
The Flamingo Wildlife Habitat in Las Vegas
The Wildlife Habitat at The Flamingo is made up of several small islands, each of which is home to different animals, including fish, swans, ducks, and turtles.
Keep an eye out for the beautiful Australian Black Swan (no, not the ballerina), which has the most neck vertebrae out of any animal. Japanese koi and catfish surround the small islands, filling the water with color and movement. Water turtles rest at the edges of the ponds, with Chinese pheasants and Helmeted Guineafowl on the nearby lands.
The Flamingo’s Wildlife Habitat would not be complete with its namesake. Onlookers can admire the resort’s collection of Chilean flamingos, who occupy a separate, well-kept island and seem to be completely undisturbed by gawking tourists. By all means, gawk away!
Only a few steps away from the pool, The Wildlife Habitat is the perfect entertainment for kids and adults alike. Best of all, it is completely free and open for everyone to admire.