If Flights of Wonder at Disney’s Animal Kingdom is one of your favorite attractions at Walt Disney World, you may want to start making plans to see it one last time. Gossip has been circulating that the show will make its final performance at the end of this year.
Flights of Wonder is both entertaining and informative featuring several different species of birds performing for Guests of all ages. One of the main attractions of the show is Guano Joe or Jane—the amusing explorer who fears birds more than a bit. During the course of the show, the trainer introduces you to the fascinating natural behaviors and often humorous talents of at least 20 species of exotic birds.
Flights of Wonder is quite popular with Guests at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Five shows are typically offered throughout the day with most shows completely packed with enthusiastic, bird-watching Guests. So, it comes as a surprise to many that the show may be coming to an end. Rumors suggest that the Caravan Stage where Flights of Wonder is performed will be renovated to make room for a new show to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Disney’s Animal Kingdom opened on Earth Day 1998 and will celebbrate it’s 20th Anniversay in April.
As always, nothing is confirmed until Disney confirms it. Us here at Chip & Co will keep you posted if/when an official announcement is made.
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