Kelle has a store on Etsy, where you can contact her for a customized budgie cross stitch of your very own.
The Villa Borghese Aviary in Rome.
photo by judy h on flickr.
The aviary was built at the start of the 17th century and at one time housed rare birds (such as peacocks, swans and ostriches). The aviary is located in the Villa Borghese Gardens, part of the former private estate of the Borghese Family (and now public park).
Jurong Bird Park in Singapore.This sanctuary has some of the largest free-flying aviaries in the world. There are feeding sessions where you can get close to the birds. They also have a breeding and research center which is open to the public. There’s a bird themed playground for the kiddies. You can have lunch with the parrots or catch the Kings of the Skies or the High Flyers bird shows. Make sure you add the Jurong Bird Park to your around the world aviary tour!
Weltvogelpark Walsrode in Germany.The park has over 4,000 birds and 675 different species from every continent and climatic zone in the world. They have shows, tours, meet and greets with the birds, lush botanical gardens and even a beer garden.You can even adopt (sponsor) a bird. Budgies included!photo: Uwe Zucchi/Archiv
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.”