Fact Friday

Fact Friday

#FactFriday – Did you know that Yellow-billed Oxpeckers get their name from flying onto large mammals to feed on insects and parasitic ticks? Most interestingly, they also have a taste for blood, and will use their sharp bills to keep the tick wounds open so...
Mesmerising colours

Mesmerising colours

The beautiful and mesmerising colours of the Pangani Longclaw Get in touch to BOOK your dream Birding Tour in Kenya and Uganda Sustainable Birding | Kenya Birding Tours | Uganda Birding Tours #Longclaw #Birding #Birds #Bird #BirdPhotography #Birdwatching #Sustainable...
Busy at work

Busy at work

The lovely Golden-backed Weaver can be found throughout Western Kenya and most of Uganda – watching them build their delicate nest never gets old. Come and join us on a Once in a Lifetime Birding Tour in Kenya and Uganda Sustainable Birding | Kenya Birding Tours...
Cut-throat Finch πŸ”ͺ

Cut-throat Finch πŸ”ͺ

The beautiful, yet gruesomely named Cut-throat Finch seen on the banks of the stunning Ewaso Ng’iro River in Samburu National Reserve, Kenya 🐦🌍 Join the FLOCK and BOOK your Magical Kenya Birding Tour today!Β πŸ€ πŸ‡°πŸ‡ͺπŸ‘‡ Sustainable Birding Company | Kenya Birding Tour |...
King of the termite mound πŸ‘‘

King of the termite mound πŸ‘‘

The Red-and-yellow Barbet is always a great sighting out in the East African bush, and also seems to be a favourite amongst our clients! As fascinating in colour, as it is in it’s ecological role β€οΈπŸ’› Get in contact to book your wild birding adventure in East...

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