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MIAMI (CBSMiami) — Jungle Island welcomed a new member to their feathered family this week – a baby flamingo.

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The baby bird who is light grey and white in color remains without a name. That’s something they’re leaving up to those visiting on Memorial Day weekend.

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Parent Flamingos tend to their new baby bird at Jungle Island. (Courtesy: Jungle Island)

Parent Flamingos tend to their new baby bird at Jungle Island. (Courtesy: Jungle Island)

They are holding a contest to name the new bird and maybe those to come!

“We are thrilled to welcome the baby chick and anticipate more flamingos to be hatched over the next few days. They are certain to bring great joy to all who visit our Flamingo Lake and Jungle Island,” says Dr. Jason Chatfield, vice president of zoological operations for Jungle Island.

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Jungle Island is home to American Flamingos, one of six species of flamingo found around the world.