ORLANDO, Fla. (FOX 13) - There's a flamingo baby boom at SeaWorld Orlando.
Six flamingo chicks have been born at the park since June and one more is on the way, the park said.
Video shared by SeaWorld shows the tiny flamingos drinking out of bottles and learning to walk.
The flamingos are gray in color right now and it will take about two years for them to get their full pink color.
The chicks have already begun walking around and exploring. Over the next few months, the park says the youngsters will join the adult flamingos on their daily walks through the park.
SeaWorld says the flamingos begin their trek at the water ride, Journey to Atlantis, they travel past the Turtle Trek, down to Dolphin Cove and loop back around to Antarctica to get their exercise.
It's an interactive experience where guests can take pictures with them, and if the guests are sitting down, the flamingos may even approach them.