BoraBora Wildlife Park happens to have a variety of birds including the Guinea fowls and Egyptian Geese. The Egyptian Geese happens to be a member of the goose, duch and swan family Anatidae. Ancient Egyptians considered them sacred thus they appeared a lot in their artwork. On the other hand, guinea fowls belong to the family Numididae in the order Galliformes. They are considered to be the oldest in the order Galliformes.
- Guinea fowls have stout bill, short round wings, powerful claws and large toes.
- Guinea fowls spend most of their time in searching for food hidden in the ground.
- Egyptian goose is also termed as the Nil goose due to its origin, the Nile Valley.
- The Egyptian goose spends most of its time in water.
- The geese have eye patches of dark chocolate-brown.