The Molentargius-Saline Regional National Park in Sardinia, Italy, is one of the best places in the world to see flamingos with their young 🤓 These creatures love the briny constitution of Molentargius pond and find it the exact right location to rear their chicks 😊 Breeding season begins in early August. Since flamingo eggs take about a month to hatch, early fall is a great time to see the brand-new hatchlings. There are plenty of other things to do in Sardinia, so once you’ve had your fill of baby flamingo sightings, you can spend at least a few more days on the idyllic Italian island. Consider making the most of your time on Sardinia with a guided tour of the park and flamingos. 
Habitat-The Chilean flamingos enjoy lowlands aquatic environments, and they inhabit alkaline or brackish shallow muddy lakes. They live in warm, tropical climates. Although they are living at the sea level, they can easily be spotted at the altitudes of 4,500 m (14,769 ft). Their diet includes algae, diatoms, and aquatic invertebrates.Range-Chilean flamingos are native to countries in western South America, in central Peru, Argentina, Paraguay, Peru, Bolivia, and southern Brazil. But do not be surprised if you spot these beautiful species also in Patagonia. That is correct, a bit far from the tropical lands, Chilean flamingos are regular visitors of numerous lakes in the Chacabuco Valley, where they spend the spring and summer months here, from October to the end of March. 
Mason’s Bay“Just before the “Welcome to Mason’s Bay” road sign, if you’re heading north, there is a group of small off-shore mangrove islands that seem an arm’s length away from the road. They are in fact within walking distance, as the sea that separates the mainland from the most northern island is shallow and passable, preferably with water shoes. Flamingos hang out on the beach and near the mangroves around these islands. If you hike across the had cut, you can go in search of the flamingos. Or you can admire them from the comfort of the road.” Out island official website (emended by Joshua Johnson from Cebu City, Philippines on December 26, 2021) 
Realafrica.co.uk also mentions that when people think of safari they tend to think of the Big Five and exciting large animals such as elephants, hippos, rhinos and giraffes. The predators such as lions, leopard and cheetah are all rightly highly sought after and giant herds of grazing antelope or zebra also make for a stunning sight. Unless you are a keen twitcher then quite often birds do not really get paid much attention – that is until you actually go on safari. And then you realise that Africa is teeming with incredible birdlife and that they too can be spectacular and as unmissable as a lion kill.