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 Zoo Tycoon 2: Flight Is MIght Expansion Pack, A huge bird expansion pack
GiantPanda
Posted: Oct 2 2007, 06:17 PM


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I know that many people before posted their ideas about an expansion pack that features birds, vultures, brds of prey and other flying creatures but this MY ideal list...

Animals - Conservation status

1) Griffon vulture - Low Risk

2) Ruppel's vulture - Vulenrable

3) Nubian vulture (or Lappet face vulture) - Vulnerable

4) Turkey Buzzard - Low Risk

5) California Condor - Critically Endangered

6) Andean Condor - Vulnerable

7) Indian White-rumped Vulture - Critically Endangered

8) Egyptian Vulture - Endangered (my favourite vulture. It is beatiful)

9) American Harpy Eagle - Low Risk

10) Haring Ibon (or Haribon or Philippine Eagle) - Endangered

11) Haast's Eagle - extinct (the five star animal of this expansion pack)

12) Bald Eagle - Low Risk

13) Madagascar Fish Eagle - Critically Endangered

14) Black Kite - Low Risk

15) Long-eared Owl - Low Risk

16) Eurasian Eagle-owl - Low Risk

17) Spectacled Owl - Low Risk

18) Forest Owlet - Critically Endangered

19) Tyto alba (or Barn Owl) - Low Risk

20) Long-winged Harrier - Low Risk

21) Galápagos Hawk - Vulnerable

22) Fiji Goshawk - Vulnerable

23) North American Osprey - Low Risk

24) Mauritius Kestrel - Vulnerable

25) Saker Falcon - Endangered

26) Abyssinian Ground-hornbill - Low Risk

27) Mandarin Duck - Vulnerable

28) Comb Duck - Vulnerable

29) Hawaiian Goose (or Nene) - Ciritically Endangered

30) Mute Swan - Low Risk

31) Black Swan - Low Risk

32) Swan Goose - Endnagered

33) Canada Goose - Low Risk

34) Red-breasted Goose - Endangered

35) Cape Barren Goose - Endangered

36) Greater Scaup - Low Risk

37) Common Nighthawk - Vulnerable

38) White-faced Whistling Duck - Low Risk

39) Freckled Duck - Low Risk

40) Horned Guan - Endangered

41) Northern Bald Ibis - Critically Endangered

42) Scarlet Ibis - Low Risk

43) Glossy Ibis - Low Risk

44) White-winged Ibis (or Crested Wood Ibis or Madagascar Crested Ibis) - Low Risk

45) Sacred Ibis - Low Risk

46) White-headed Duck - Endangered

47) Razorbill - Low Risk

48) Little Auk - Low Risk

49) Marbled Murrelet - Endangered

50) Atlantic Puffin - Low Risk

51) Smew - Low Risk

52) Red-breasted Merganser - Low Risk

53) Common Eider - Low Risk

54) Sociable Lapwing - Critically Endangered

55) Blacksmith Lapwing - Endangered

56) Goliath Aratoo (or Palm Cockatoo) - Low Risk

57) Pacific Baza - Low Risk

58) Roseate Spoonbill - Low Risk

59) Black-faced Spoonbill - Endangered

60) Spur-winged Goose - Low Risk

61) Green Peafowl - Low Risk

62) Congo Peafowl - Vulnerable

63) Bar-backed Pheasant (or Elliot's Pheasant) - Vulnerable

64) Silver Pheasant - Low Risk

65) Blue Eared Pheasant - Low Risk

66) Palawan Peacock-pheasant - Vulnerable

67) Great Argus - Vulnerable

68) Southern Cassowary - Vulnerable

69) Emu - Low Risk

70) Short-tailed Albatross - Vulnerable

71) Northern Gannet - Low Risk

72) Tasmanian Magpies - Low Risk

73) Superb Lyrebird - Low Risk

74) Twelve-wired Bird of Paradise - Low Risk

75) Lesser Bird of Paradise - Low Risk

76) Red Bird of Paradise - Vulnerable

77) Papuan Hornbill - Low Risk

78) Toco Toucan - Low Risk

79) Emerald Toucanet - Low Risk

80) American Rhea - Vulnerable

81) Common Raven - Low Risk

82) Cape Crow - Low Risk

83) North Island Brown Kiwi - Endangered

84) Macaroni Penguin - Vulnerable

85) Darter (or Snake-Bird) - Vulnerable

86) White Stork - Low Risk

87) Black-necked Stork - Low Risk

88) Australian Brush-turkey - Low Risk

89) Sarus Crane - Vulnerable

90) Antarctic Skua - Low Risk



As for exhibit containers I believe that new roofs are needed...

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pkfl_531
Posted: Oct 6 2007, 01:08 AM


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WOW! Impressive list! Good job Giant Panda!
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Panda Lover
Posted: Oct 6 2007, 07:57 AM


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I'm making a scarlet ibis, I could consider making part of the XP.


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Current Projects: Arctic Wolf (100%), Scarlet Ibis (80%), Duck Billed Platypus (10%), Coral Snake (15%), Cyprus Mouflon (0%)

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Itachi
Posted: Oct 9 2007, 09:00 PM


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cool cool.gif
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TASMANIAN TIGER
Posted: Dec 1 2007, 07:46 PM


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Now that is a lot of birds! 90!!
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jayc.ace
Posted: Jan 23 2008, 05:00 PM


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wow sounds like a good idea but not all thos irds i wouldnt b able to decide which 1's i want


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dinoking2.0
Posted: Jun 18 2008, 12:32 AM


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How do you come up with such wonderful ideas such as that cool.gif
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