Coleção de Pássaro is a permanent bird collection at Museu de Zoologia (USP), that will educate you about 75,000 specimens of birds. Many of these bird species belong to deforested areas like cities and farms. The collection gives an in-depth knowledge about these birds through their collection of nests, eggs and other recordings. Zoological enthusiasts and experts attend this exhibition often. Check website for more details.
Arts & Museums
- Nearest Train: Ipiranga
- Venue Description:
With almost seven million different specimens São Paulo's Zoology Museum has the largest collection in South America and is a world leader for studies on biodiversity. Within the 700 square meters (7535 square feet) of the complex there is an exhibition of animals from tropical regions grouped according to their classification: fish, reptiles, amphibians, birds, mammals, and some invertebrates such as corals and crustaceans. The collection was started at the end of 19th Century and is constantly being improved and expanded with an emphasis placed on endangered species.