Walt Disney World’s newest photo wall features the Orange Bird, as teased by Imagineer Zach Riddley on his personal Instagram account.

What’s Happening:

  • Fans of themed walls at Walt Disney World have a new one to snap photos with in Adventureland inside Magic Kingdom.
  • The new wall was designed by Sr. Concept Designer Chris Gardner and painted by Artist Abdul Delgado, both of whom can be seen in the photos on this post.
  • Orange Bird was created for Magic Kingdom when it opened in 1971 as a mascot for the Florida Citrus Commission who sponsored the Sunshine Pavilion, home to Tropical Serenade, Florida’s version of Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room.
  • The character was absent from the park for a while after the sponsorship ended, but he returned to the Sunshine Tree Terrace in 2012.
  • The new wall is to the right of the Sunshine Tree Terrace where Guests can enjoy Citrus Swirls.
  • With a blank thought bubble, Guests are encouraged to hold an item up to show what the Orange Bird might be thinking about.
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Artist Abdul Delgado Paints the new Orange Bird Mural
Photo Credit: @thezachriddley on Instagram

Artist Abdul Delgado Paints the new Orange Bird Mural
Photo Credit: @thezachriddley on Instagram