GALLERY OF FLAMINGO SIGHTINGS IN NORTH AMERICA & CLIPS................Shipping from our online catalog boasts ONLY $5.00 per item ordered! There are 5-species of FLAMINGOS in the world. The Greater Flamingo is the largest while the Lessor Flamingo is the smallest. FLAMINGOS reside in tropical areas. They lay 1-egg in a volcano shaped nest made of mounded mud, rocks and feathers. FLAMINGO males and females take turns incubating their eggs for 26-31 days. Both parents feed the young. FLAMINGOS eat seeds, algae, crustaceans and mollusks. Colonies of FLAMINGOS can be very large. The signature pink color of FLAMINGOS comes from alpha and beta-caratene found in their food sources in the wild. Captive FLAMINGOS are fed special diets to keep their pink coloring.
Seen any pink flamingos lately? Let us know! Email your photo and paragraph to cinderellajava@yahoo.com.

Flamingo Sightings in North America
FLAMINGO sightings? Send us your photos and FLAMINGO stories to our email for publication in this FUN & FABULOUS gallery..................
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We mustn't forget the INDOOR sightings.......................CLICK ON THIS PICTURE TO EXPERIENCE THE REST>>>>>
Email us with YOUR INDOOR sightings and stories along your way!

FLAMINGO SIGHTINGS AROUND-THE-WORLD!
These sightings have been sent in to prove that these pink creatures travel all over for enjoyment! This one was spotted in Bracknell, England, where he plans on staying! Who wouldn't!
He flew in via British Air.


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