Exotic birds are seen at the Aviary of Waddesdon Manor.
Several shots of the stately home and grounds of Waddesdon Manor. Outside the Victorian aviary we see a cockatoo; two macaws (parrots) are fed nuts and grapes by Vincent Lilley and Brigadier Cowan. Several shots inside the aviary of Mynah birds; one is sitting on a Lew Robert's head; he shows one on his arm to children outside the wire enclosure. We also see a Golden Pheasant and a Mandarin Duck.
Commentator explains that Waddesdon was the home of the late James de Rothschild who bequeathed it, with it's priceless collection of works of art, to the National Trust.
Cuts exist - see separate record.