The Birds of Eden aviary in South Africa. It’s the largest free flight aviary in the world.The aviary is home to about 3500 birds representing more than 200 species (among them are budgies and cockatiels).“Be they ex-pets, or birds confiscated from zoos or irreputable breeders, most of the birds that arrive at Birds of Eden have a history of being caged in small environments.”
The Aviary at Sonnenberg Gardens (New York).The Peacock House – the only remainder of a five building aviary complex which housed 216 species of birds.
The garden of the island aviary (the royal palace of Aranjuez, Madrid).
The aviary at Monplaisir Palace in Peterhof, Russia.According to RusArtNet: The Western Aviary now holds songbirds, while the Eastern Aviary is home to various species of parrot, including macaws, cockatoos, rosellas, cockatiels and pionites.
Rick Garmon’s log cabin aviary.You can read the story on how the aviary came to be on Julie Garmon’s blog.