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Epic swarm of 100,000+ birds dance in the sky

“Quelea here, Quelea there, Quelea everywhere… While Quelea birds are common in South Africa and the world, one normally only sees the ad-hoc ‘swarm’ moving across the grasslands, but never [...]

Typical bird species on your African safari – Part Three

Marabou Stork An enormous, “ugly” bird. A true scavenger that cleans out carcasses in search for bits and peaces of meat! Is frequently associated with vultures. Call: Primarily silent, but can [...]

Typical bird species on your African safari – Part Two

Southern Ground-Hornbill The African savanna’s turkey! 🙂 Female is distinguished from male thanks to its blue throat patch . Voice: A loud, booming duet ‘ooomph-ooomph’, given on early mornings. Habitat: [...]

Typical bird species on your African safari

African Fish-Eagle Undoubtedly Africa’s most striking symbol, and Zambia’s national emblem. The fish-eagle is unmistakable with its white head and breast, chestnut belly and forewings, black under-wings and white tail. Sex [...]

Zambia bird watching & game viewing treat: part 2

Travel Suggestions for Bird Enthusiasts & Safari Seekers! Read Part 1 first if you haven’t already! Day 6: Full day inside Kafue National Park. Birding safari and river cruise included [...]

Zambia bird watching & game viewing treat: part 1

Travel Suggestions for Bird Enthusiasts & Safari Seekers! Part 2 here! Zambia has it all: incredible wildlife, dazzling scenery, and is home to some of the most notorious holiday destinations [...]

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