This year's high temperatures have led to a baby boom for the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust at Slimbridge.
The Chilean flamingo flock hatched 11 chicks which were parent-reared, with a further nine eggs sent to WWT Washington for hand-rearing.
This is the highest number at the Centre in at least 20 years.
Staff say the Caribbean flamingos also had their strongest year since 2007, hatching and rearing 15 chicks.
Swans at Slimbridge
The largest Bewick's swan family ever recorded has arrived at the Wildfowl and Wetland Centre in Gloucestershire.
'Everton', and his new mate 'Rovers' have brought their six cygnets with them. They've joined 200 more of the threatened wild swans after a 2,500 mile journey from arctic Russia.
It may be "seven swans-a-swimming" in the carol but Slimbridge has gone one up!