A couple of months ago I went to the Bird Gardens of Naples which is right next to Corkscrew Sanctuary. The Bird Gardens of Naples is separate from the Bird Rookery Swamp. The gardens contains hundreds of birds (mostly parrots) and a turtle. Some of the birds are in cages by themselves, with a few other birds or in a big cage with lots of birds. Some of the birds can be adopted or sponsored.
The garden is only open for tours on Thursdays-Sundays at 11 am and 1:30 pm. The tours are free, but you can donate at the end of the tour or online. The tour guide will stop at most of cages and explain the birds that are residing in them. The guides go into detail with origin and behavior. There is one cage that you can go into and have the parrots flying around you, if you are comfortable with it. I was a little hesitant at first, but I got used to it after a few minutes. Then at the end, their were some ambassador birds. These birds sat on your arm, if you wanted to.
I would recommend going to the Bird Gardens of Naples if you are interested in learning more about birds. For more information go to Bird Gardens of Naples