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The Aviary At Marlay Park Has Collapsed - And Dublin Is Now Full Of Tropical Birds

By kaylawalsh

March 4, 2018 at 12:43pm


A variety of rare and tropical birds are flying free around Dublin today after heavy snow caused the roof of the aviary at Marlay Park to collapse. 

The DSPCA has asked members of the public to keep an eye out for the birds, which include budgies, cockatiels, diamond doves and Australian kakariki. 

Most of the birds are used to warm temperatures and there are fears they won't survive the current cold weather.

Be on the lookout, folks! 

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