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Wading birds, such as this African wattled lapwing, often make wonderful additions to a community aviary. They are mostly easy to care for, are very active, can be very vocal (some species annoyingly so), and can become quite confiding when offered a regular treat of favored live foods. They offer an aesthetic appeal when combined with waterfowl that gives the aviary environment a more complete look. Don’t forget to visit our friends over at the Shorebird Taxon Advisory Group to learn more about wading birds and their care!

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