That's a right, girls; put your beaks up, push your feathers up, and a smile. Eccellente! (Translation: Excellent!) And now, standing on a one leg, thank you - No, left a leg, Mirabelle! And a hold... Perfetto! (Translation: Perfect!)
~ Isabel, teaching her students how to use their leg standing properly.

Isabel in Eyelashes


Isabel the Flamingo is a pink flamingo who lives in Waterlily Lake. She is an instructor to her students Mirabelle and Annabelle, but is usually a bit mean or bossy sometimes. She speaks with an Italian accent.

Physical Appearance

She is based on a greater flamingo (Phoenicopterus roseus).


Isabel is apparently a bit of mean or bossy to her students and other animals. However, she could be a bit helpful. Eventually, Isabel is very busy chatting with her friends. She is sometimes seen with her students Annabelle and Mirabelle in groups.


Season 1

  • The Story of Molly and Nathalie (first appearance, no lines)
  • The Story of Herbert's Birthday Party

Season 2

  • The Story of the Dawn Chorus (singing lines only)
  • The Story of Isabel the Flamingo
  • The Story of Seamus the Stork (one rarely heard line only)
  • The Story of Herbert's Peaceful Day (one speaking line)

Season 3

  • The Story of Georgina, Queen of Fashion
  • The Story of Alan's Catchy Tune (possibly)

Season 4

  • The Story of the Flamingo Festival
  • The Story of Ronald and His Boulders (no lines)
  • The Story of the Savannah Craze
  • The Story of the Jungle Ball




  • Isabel is the first character to have a redesign. Beginning in Season 2, she and her two students are given eyelashes.
  • She has a dancing partner named Seamus in Episode 18.
  • She and Pauline are friends.
  • Isabel does not have eyelashes in Season 1.
  • She is eventually very bossy to the other animals and eventually Pauline as revealed in Episode 32. However, she is not counted as a villain. She is instead counted as an anti-heroine.
  • Isabel is the second character to speak with a foreign accent besides English, Scottish, and Irish. The first is Jazz (Hispanic) and the third is Hercule Mustache (French).