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Nick Hill’s life and career has been dedicated to the conservation and breeding of the world’s rare and endangered birds. Hill is the Curator of Birds at the Sylvan Heights Avian Breeding Center, the private aviculture and conservation facility behind Sylvan Heights Bird Park in Scotland Neck.
Sylvan Heights Bird Park in Scotland Neck, North Carolina is home to many species that live in tropical areas around the world, and these birds require special care during extremely cold weather. This article discusses how the aviculturists provide the birds with warmth and protection during the winter.
Sylvan Heights Bird Park is about an hour north of Greenville near the small town of Scotland Neck, North Carolina. The park features more than two-thousand waterfowl and exotic birds that live in a natural habitat. The park is also known for its breeding facility to save endangered waterfowl.
The Sylvan Height Avian Breeding Center breeds and raises the ducklings of many species. Their activities include rescue of foundlings as well as steps to ensure the survival of a more endangered species. The center located in Scotland Neck is open to visitation and attracts many interested visitors each year.
Sylvan Heights Bird Park houses exotic birds in Scotland Neck and has 3,000 birds in its Avian Breeding Center.