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Apr 21 2014

The Wildlife Habitat at The FlamingoPosted By LasVegas.Net - 04/21/14

Located within a short walk from the Las Vegas Strip, the Wildlife Habitat at The Flamingo Las Vegas is a convenient break from the Stripís gaming action.  Many visitors find the Wildlife Habitat a peaceful, stress-free place to visit close to the Strip.  A trip to the Wildlife Habitat can take as little as 15 minutes.  The path travels along winding paths among streams with light colored rocks and small waterfalls.  There are spots to sit and watch exotic wildlife, including turtles, koi, ducks, pelicans, parrots, and pink flamingos.  Hundreds of birds inhabit the subtropical environment of the Wildlife Habitat.  At certain times of day, visitors have the opportunity to watch staff feed the animals.  There can be opportunities to take pictures in the subtropical surroundings of trees and vegetation while enjoying the scenery of exotic fish and wildlife.  The Flamingoís Paradise Garden Buffet also has some views of the Wildlife Habitat area.