Zoocobia Clark Pampanga: Reunite with Nature

Zoocobia Clark Pampanga: Reunite with Nature

 

Zoocobia, Clark Pampanga is the ultimate destination for families to unwind and have fun with nature.  I love owls and this is actually one of the reasons why I agreed to visit Zoocobia, Clark Pampanga.

Reuniting with Nature at Zoocobia Clark Pampanga

Zoocobia, from the name itself, is a Zoo. It’s not like any other Zoo, though; it’s a Fun Zoo!

Reuniting with Nature at Zoocobia Clark Pampanga

Upon arriving at Zoocobia, Clark Pampanga; I immediately saw the breathtaking view and the vicinity’s big size. 

Reuniting with Nature at Zoocobia Clark Pampanga

Zoocobia is a proud home for owls and many other animals and the first activity on our checklist was to see all of the animals that live there.

Reuniting with Nature at Zoocobia Clark Pampanga

Reuniting with Nature at Zoocobia Clark Pampanga

We stepped in this cage and got the chance to feed the birds there. There are hundreds of them there and they will fly all around you.

Reuniting with Nature at Zoocobia Clark Pampanga

The Serpent Eagle is native to South Asia and eats Snakes, chicks and mice.

Reuniting with Nature at Zoocobia Clark Pampanga

I took this Blue Backed Parrot in my hands while the Zoo attendant explained how Clark has been a paradise for different kinds of birds.

Reuniting with Nature at Zoocobia Clark Pampanga

This looked really similar to a Philippine Eagle, but it is actually a Brahminy Kite that can be found in the coastal and mangrove areas in India, Southeast Asia and Australia.

Reuniting with Nature at Zoocobia Clark Pampanga This little one looks like he had a rough night of partying. This Owl is the Philippine Scops Owl, which is native to the Philippines.

Reuniting with Nature at Zoocobia Clark Pampanga

This fella looked familiar. He looked like the owl in Legend of the Guardians. This Grass Owl is also native to the Philippines.

Reuniting with Nature at Zoocobia Clark Pampanga

Piercing yellow eyes! That is the Philippine Eagle Owl.


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