Posted September 15, 2018 06:05:11 The latest in the search for a new turaco lodge has been announced in the US.
The Turaco Lodge was opened last October in the Tusayan region of Arizona, where the species was first discovered in the 1930s.
It was not open to the public, and its owners say that it has since become a breeding ground for new turacos.
The turaco is found across the world, but is most commonly found in the Americas.
However, the turaco has also been seen in the Pacific Northwest, and some have speculated that the new Turaco Lodges may be part of that breeding program.
Trucks have been sighted at the Turaco lodges for a while now, and the new location will bring a new opportunity for people to see the new species.
“We are excited to be opening our new Tusayan Lodge,” said the owner of the newly opened Turaco lodge, Steve Taylor.
“We will be taking visitors in and out of our natural world as they experience the wonders of nature.
There will be wildlife watching, and there will be a little something for everyone to enjoy.”
Tourism has been an important part of the development of the Tusayas lodges.
It has helped to generate a $2 million investment, and Taylor hopes that the money will also be used to help develop new wildlife conservation areas for turaco.
“It’s a testament to tourism that people love the natural world and the animals,” Taylor said.
“And they’re willing to pay to see them.”