The amazing of it all. In a city as urbanized and densely populated as Mexico City, you will find a third of the species of the birds of Mexico: herons, ducks, hawks, finches, carpenters, thrushes and hummingbirds, among others.
Birds of Mexico City, a symphony of colors, can be seen at the Chapultepec Zoo in Mexico City as of 30 November. The collection holds a total of 80 life-sized sculptures of the most common birds that live in the city.
Birds of CDMX, a symphony of colors is a public exhibition for all ages and those who wants to enjoy the shapes and colors as wells as discover the natural wealth Mexico City has.
Of a total of 1,117 species of birds that are encountered in the Mexican territory, 365 species live in the capital.
Aves de la Ciudad de México, una sinfonía de colores. Arte Sustentable en el Zoológico de Chapultepec de la CDMX (Birds of Mexico City, a symphony of colors, sustainable art in the Chapultepec Zoo, Mexico City), Conabio, 30 November 2018. In Spanish only.
Aves de la Ciudad de México, una sinfonía de colores, exposición en el Zoológico de Chapultepec, Mexicanísimo, 30 November 2018. In Spanish only.
Web site of the collection: avescdmx.com