Africa Bird watching Guiding Safari

Africa Bird watching Guiding Safari offers some of the best birding safaris in the world.  Our Africa Bird watching Guiding Safari tops the list for seeing a large number of species in the course of an ordinary holiday. Africa Bird watching Guiding Safari, Birdwatching Tours Safari will take you through some of the best birding areas. We will bird in a variety of habitats and will focus only on birding. Many leading African safari destinations boast a checklist of more than 500 bird species. Guided Bird watching tours are everything a true bird lover’s heart desires. The Africa Bird watching Guiding Safari offer guided ornithological safaris around the camp site or in reserves and national parks. Our Africa Bird watching Guiding Safari or Bird watching safaris range from just a few hours long excursions up to a week long journey. With the safari guides which are professionally qualified ornithologists you get the opportunity to spot many different bird species, even some rare, indigenous or endangered ones. Bird-watching is best during the warm season when you get the opportunity to spot endemic species as well as migratory birds from Europe and Asia.

Africa is a fantastic continent for a Birdwatching holiday, as the range of environments make for a hugely diverse bird population. The geographical range is vast, with montane forests, wetlands, marshes, deserts and coastlines on both the Atlantic and Indian Oceans. With a range of African and country-specific endemics, as well as migrant birds which visit to breed and ‘summer’ in the southern hemisphere, Africa Bird watching Guiding Safari or Birdwatching in Africa is packed full of variety. In many areas, hundreds of species have been recorded in a single day. We can help twitches after a specific rarity too. We have bird-watchers among our Expert Africa team and often put together many tailor-made trips for travelers who want to go on an ornithological focused holiday, so can advise you on the best lodges and areas for your birding interests.

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Our Africa Bird watching Guiding Safari, birdwatchers safaris take you to forests, woodlands, wetlands, lakes, swamps, river banks and other habitats where avi-fauna thrive. Africa is recognized around the world for its birds as noted by the many Important Bird Areas on the continent with accessible and specialty birding countries being Zambia, South Africa, Uganda, Botswana, Tanzania and Kenya with upcoming countries vying for recognition like Rwanda and Malawi. Our ornithological guides skillfully locate them on their preferred resident ecology and also identify the species by sound and sight.

If you’ve ever considered taking the Africa Bird watching Guiding Safari holiday of a lifetime, then choosing Africa as your destination might be a perfect choice. With a wide range of exotic and beautiful birds to discover, across some of the world’s most diverse countries. There’s plenty to see and do for bird watchers of all types, from avid fans to relative newcomers. But with so much ground to cover, what birding Africa tour is the perfect match for you? Discover eight of the best birding tours and safaris Africa has to offer, from the amazing savanna to the incredible jungles. We offer fantastic birding safaris Kenya that won’t leave indifferent anyone, regardless of his or her age. Our birding safaris Africa are an excellent chance to relax both physically and mentally among the breathtaking sceneries of the virgin African nature. Besides, the birding safari we provide can be used for educational purposes to acquaint your kids with a fascinating world of birds and animals, and make them fall in love with it once and for all.

Our Africa Bird watching Guiding Safari tours normally visit most of the Important Biodiversity Areas, where we see many East African specialties, as well as Endemics. In a two weeks safari, we normally record approximately 400 species on a comfortable bird watching safari, although depending with the season; we can even record as many as 600 plus species in just two weeks. Our bird watching holidays take birding to its very basics; observing birds in their natural habitats in a relaxed way. Competent bird guides, good selection of habitats for a variety of birds of Africa, easy walks so that you are not cooped up in a minibus throughout your birding tour and flawless ground logistics are the hallmarks of our birding safaris. We spend more time in the places we visit during our Africa Bird watching Guiding Safari. our focus being to let our clients have easy bird watching by their ability and not at the pace, speed and the pressure of a tour leader.

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With a minimum of 3 nights in every location, you will have quality time devoted to getting to know the bird’s names, identifying by color and other special features which can only be done on very relaxed tours. Our birding safaris can be booked as customized tours on your most convenient date or you may join a scheduled small group safaris where you will meet other bird watchers whose approach to bird and bird watching is similar to yours i.e. observing birds in their natural habitats instead of being in a hectic rush so as to fill a checklist. Group size is 2 -10 birders.

Please note that a knowledgeable guide is a key to the success of any organized Birdwatching trip. And for independent birdwatchers with high expectations, hiring a local guide is highly beneficial if you are increasing the chances of seeing the less common and much localized species, contributes directly to the local economy and creates an incentive to the protection of birds.

Our Africa Bird watching Guiding Safari guides are chosen very carefully on merit. They are personable, knowledgeable with interesting academic and professional backgrounds who have all the skills to conduct an extended birding tour professionally and to make sure every individual has a great time. Our professional local birding guides have grown up within their areas of guiding (Uganda, Kenya, and Rwanda), chasing after birds and small mammals as children. They have gone through Bird, Cultural, Wildlife, and general tour guiding courses and belong to regional guides clubs.

Africa Bird watching Safari Highlight of African birds

Schalow’s Turaco, Great Blue Turaco, Hartlaub’s Turaco, Narina Trogon, Bar-tailed Trogon, Abyssinian Crimsonwing, Equatorial Akalat, Blue-shouldered Robin Chat, African Hill Babbler, Shelley’s Greenbul, Scaly-breasted Illadopsis, Great White Pelican, Lesser Flamingo, Greater Flamingo, Northern White-faced Scops-Owl, Greyish Eagle-Owl, Red-chested Owlet, Spotted Thick-Knee, Eastern Yellow-billed Hornbill, Northern Red-billed Hornbill, Southern Ground-Hornbill, Rufous-bellied Heron, Pennant-winged Nightjar, Square-tailed Nightjar, Dusky Nightjar, Grey-crested Helmetshrike, Red-necked Spurfowl, Red-winged Francolin, White-headed Woodhoopoe, Bare-faced Go-away-bird, Rufous-chested Swallow, Lappet-faced Vulture, White-headed Vulture, Ruppell’s Vulture, Secretarybird, Short-toed Snake-Eagle, African Crowned Eagle, Grey Kestrel, Temminck’s Courser, Heuglin’s Courser, Rosy-breasted Longclaw, Turner’s Eremomela, Green-capped Eremomela, Black Coucal, African Quailfinch, Kori Bustard, Bush Pipit, White-tailed Lark, Flappet Lark, Singing Bush Lark, Athi Short-toed Lark, White-headed Buffalo-Weaver, Rufous-tailed Weaver, Heuglin’s Masked Weaver, Grey-capped Social Weaver, Karamoja Apalis, Black-throated Apalis, Hunter’s Cisticola, Grey-chinned Sunbird, Golden-winged Sunbird, Green-throated Sunbird, Long-tailed Cisticola, Pale Wren-Warbler, Brown Woodland Warbler, Usambiro Barbet, Spot-flanked Barbet, Blue-headed Bee-eater, Cinnamon-chested Bee-eater, Familiar Chat, Sooty Chat, Abyssinian Wheatear, Wattled Plover, Woolly-necked Stork, Saddle-billed Stork, Magpie Shrike, Chapin’s Flycatcher

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