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Join us to indulge in all things blue and Brazilian this holiday! Come chit-chat with our keepers to learn more about the rarest blue macaws, samba with our dancers and more.


Weekends & 25 December only, unless otherwise stated.

Blue-Zilian Game Trail

25 Nov - 31 Dec
(weekends and public holidays only)
10.00am – 4.00pm*
Around the Park

Complete 5 stations of Blue-zilian fun to redeem a gift! Score a goal, hit the cashew, spot the bird, save the eggs and other activities!

*Game stations will be opened till 5.30pm on 25 Nov 2017.

Blue Macaws Chit-Chat

25 Nov - 31 Dec
(weekends and public holidays only)
Parrot Paradise

Come chit-chat with our keepers to learn more about the rare blue macaws, and watch them feed out of enrichment devices!

Sensational Samba

16, 17, 23, 24, 25, 30, 31 Dec
12.30pm, 1.30pm & 2.30pm
Penguin Coast

Feel the energy of Brazilian carnivals as our Samba dancers move to the beats of joy and celebration. Be dazzled by this fast-paced dance.

Captivating Capoeira

25, 26 Nov
2, 3, 9, 10 Dec
12.30pm, 1.30pm & 2.30pm
Penguin Coast

Be captivated by the Brazilian Martial Arts that combines fighting, acrobatics, music, and dance rituals in one energetic performance!

Meet our Macaw Mascot

25 Nov - 31 Dec
(weekends and public holidays only)
11.30am, 1.00pm & 2.00pm
Penguin Coast

Meet-and-greet our friendly macaw mascot. Bring home photo memories of this huggable feathery friend.

Face Painting for Kids

25, 26 Nov, 2, 3, 9, 10 Dec
10am - 4pm (Break time: 11.45am - 12.15pm & 2pm - 2.30pm)
Waterfall Aviary

Get into the Blue-zilian Carnival festive mood and get your face painted!

Movie Under The Stars

25 Nov
7.00pm – 9.00pm
Pools Amphitheatre

Watch RIO the animated movie for FREE in this exclusive outdoor movie screening! Stay on while you’re at the park to enjoy this evening experience with your family!

Don’t forget to catch these appearances before the movie too:

6.15pm (10 mins) 6.30pm (30 mins)
Meet The Star Parrot Meet Our Macaw Mascot
Bird Photography Opposite Tram Station 1

Movie screening is weather permitting.

Terms & conditions apply

I’m a Blue Macaw Keeper!*

9, 16 Dec
9.30am – 12pm
Breeding & Research Centre Classroom and Parrot Paradise

Step into the shoes of a bird keeper and roll up your sleeves to prepare food for the blue macaws. Learn all about the blue beauties and enjoy a close encounter with the hyacinth macaw.

This programme is fully booked.

Terms & conditions apply


Time For A Blue Treat

25 Nov – 31 Dec

Feast on our blue-themed menu. From Chicken Cordon Blue, Blue Blue Cha Cha to Butterfly Pea Flower Iced Tea!

Flock To The Shop

25 Nov – 31 Dec

Bring home your own macaw by getting the blue or scarlet macaw mug at just $8! (U.P $16.90)

New Friends of Bird Park Sign Up

25 Nov – 31 Dec

Enjoy a 1 year membership at the price of a 1 day ticket.

Sign up for a Friends of Bird Park membership and enjoy a free Butterfly Pea Flower Iced Tea on us!


Thank you for participating in our naming contest, and giving our rarest blue macaws names!

Here are their chosen names and congratulations to all winners whose suggested names are picked!
Winners will be contacted separately by 30 November on prize collection details.

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Our Spix’s macaws are

Frieda and Rio

Our Lear’s macaws are

Azul, Bonita, Leila and Royal

Our Hyacinth macaws are

Hugo and Sapphire

Did You Know?

Jurong Bird Park is now home to all 3 rarest blue macaws species – Lear’s macaw, Spix’s macaw and Hyacinth macaw.

Lear’s Macaw


The Lear’s Macaw is listed as endangered, and has about 1,300 individuals left in the wild. The Lear’s macaw looks very similar to the Hyacinth macaw, but there are a few differences. The Lear’s macaw is smaller in size and its feathers have green tinge, unlike the sheer blue of the Hyacinth.

Spix’s Macaw

Critically Endangered

The critically endangered Spix’s Macaw, also known as the Little Blue Macaw, is believed to be extinct in the wild, with the last confirmed sighting in 2005, and there are just over 150 individuals left under human care worldwide. They are the smallest in the blue macaw family, and grows up to almost 60cm in length.

Hyacinth Macaw


The Hyacinth macaw is the longest parrot in the world, capable of reaching up to 1m in length. It has a yellow ring around its eyes and a patch of crescent-shaped yellow skin next to its lower bill, which contrasts against its striking blue feathers.


Wildlife Reserves Singapore Group