Located in the city along a former dry riverbed, this is pretty much a zoo by definition, but it's still a nice distraction for those with children. It's a pleasant, shaded, narrow walkway of about 800m (1/2 mile) that runs between boulevards Hassan II and du 20 Août (and under bd. Mohammed V) with a range of animals including South American llamas, Australian wallabies, Moroccan moufflon (also known as Barbary sheep), and Dorcas gazelles. There are, as the name suggests, heaps of birds, including a large walk-through aviary. For the little ones, there's a sand-floor playground. It's also a popular spot for young male and female Gadiris to meet and chat. This is also a start/finish point for Petit Train d'Agadir.