Only in Tanzania
The only in Tanzania quest continues. Why Tanzania? Today we introduce and explore the birds of Tanzania.
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Tanzania in East Africa has a wide range of endemic bird species. It is one spectacular country offering a variety of birding habitats, including the montane forest, savanna miombo woodland, arid plains and the coastline.
It is a migratory passageway as well. Despite many attractions, national parks and reserves place big game on display ahead of birds. A visit to Tanzania in East Africa is definitely memorable lifetime for birders.
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It is recorded that there are 1100 bird species in Tanzania.This is the the third-highest on the continent of Africa.
A well-planned bird watching itinerary for two weeks can result in viewing approximately 300 species.
Game reserves like Selous and Serengeti are rewarding for bird watching and are an ideal introduction to the widespread species.
Experienced birders usually explore the Eastern Arc Mountains. They are the biggest attraction in Tanzania as they harbor 35 endemics that are found exclusively in Tanzania
Grey-breasted spurfowl,otherwise known as grey-breasted Francolin is a bird species of thefamily Phasianidae. It is found exclusively in East Africa,Tanzania.
The yellow-collared lovebird also known as the masked lovebird or the eye ring lovebird,is a species of bird from the parrot family Psittaculidae.They are native to the north east of Tanzania.
The Pemba Sunbird is a bird species of bird from thesunbird family. Endemic to Pemba Island in Tanzania.
The Pemba Scop owl a ‘creature of the night', a mysterious bird, identified by local island dwellers of Pemba as a bird associated with witchcraft.
5. Kilommbero Weaver
The Kilombero weaver species discovered in the year 1986 because of patchy, restricted distribution in a small range of the Kilombero River, a floodplain in the south-central Tanzania.
Support for our Native birds in Tanzania
All that desire to support native birds from Tanzania can either donate to organizations with the goal to protect endangered wildlife and habitats.
The other way is spreading an awareness about our magnificent birds and find ways to help as individuals like keeping a clean environment. We need more protected areas and national parks and focus on more protection in conservation areas that exist.
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