Public display of nearly two thousand rare Tropical birds - great variety of shapes and colours.
Great Birckhill, Buckinghamshire
M/S of three colourful tropical birds eating. Cut to a C/U of face of Captain John Lee-Hudson feeding one of the birds. Bird eats from his hand.
Mr Lee-Hudson has collected over 1000 South American birds and presented them to the public in his "foreign and exotic bird zoo - BIRDHAVEN PARK - tea gardens".
Various shots of tropical birds, very exotic and colourful. Two wine-coloured Amazon Parrots sitting on branch. People leaning on the circle wooden fence watching them.
A double door connects the main aviary with the outside world and enables the visitors to observe the birds without any danger of them escaping. M/S of two girls entering the main aviary.
Several shots of different birds and people watching them: two fantails on the branch, a peacock, a man holding small bird in his hands, C/U shots of the faces of an elderly couple smiling as they watch the birds, C/U shots of the two small birds eating, young couple watching birds eat, M/S of flamingos by the pool.
"The best beauty parade that the animal world can master and none of it, but none of it, is feminine." concludes the commentator.