The IBRCE Park is the central feeding place for birds migrating from Africa. These migrants sometimes fly 3,000 km without eating and thus drastically lose weight.
In the park there’s plenty of water and a wide variety of food to meet the requirements of most birds. The park also has a small clinic for starving and exhausted birds. There are birds that need direct infusions of liquid nourishment, manual feeding, and even cleaning feathers when required. Some birds arrive with injuries and are taken to the Ramat Gan Safari’s sanctuary for treatment.
The park is green and well kept, with orderly pathways and access to accommodate the disabled and parents with baby carriages.
Touring the park, you can stop at the sheds and patiently wait for the flocks to arrive. The park also features a beautiful lake that offers an amazing opportunity to observe waterfowl.