As a prior resident of Miami, I was looking forward to visiting the new Parrot Jungle on a recent trip back to the city. I was cautious based on the other reviews here, but loved the original Parrot Jungle so much, I just had to see the new attraction. What a disappointment. The new Parrot Jungle is ok, but not unique, charming, or special in anyway. The main draw continues to be the plentiful parrots. You can get up close to parrots for feeding and view all throughout the park. Bring quarters to buy bird food, because hand feeding the parrots is not to be missed. The bird show has been improved and expanded and was very good with lots of unique birds and informative. The wildlife show was not as good. It seems like they have outsourced this to some conservation group and we found it to be boring and too much of a commercial for conservation. One thing that was really annoying was that the landscaping was not marked in any way. They have lots of interesting plants and trees, but no signs to tell you what the stuff was. We trekked out the far end of the park to the plant nursery and found the same thing there. A big building with lots of plants – but no markers. The original park was well marked. The park is fairly small and I think that even if you stayed to see all of the shows and attractions it is probably only a three or four hour day (tops). I wouldn’t recommend Parrot Jungle over other attractions like the Miami Metro Zoo or the beach, but if you have time to spare and it would be ok to check out – just don’t put it first on your to-do list as the Miami Metro Zoo is a better attractions/value.