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Volcanoes National Park

Birding in volcanoes
Bird watching volcanoes

Volcanoes National park is a home to a veriety of bird species with over 3300 species.Some of these birds include; Grauers Rush Warbler, Lagden’s Bush-shrike, African Green Broadbill, and Kivu Ground Thrush.

Birding begins in the morning with a briefing and then together with the well trained birding safari guide, you will enter the jungle to search for the different bird species that live in this forest.Here, about 16  species are endemic to the Albertine Rift for example the handsome francolin, the Ruwenzori turaco, the Archer’s ground robin,the red-faced woodland warbler , the dusky crimson-wing, Ruwenzori double collared sunbird, the collared a palis and the Ruwenzori bats is as well as the strange weaver among so many others.

Nyungwe National Park

bird watching-Nyungwe National Park
Birding-nyungwe national Park

Nyungwe National Park has made bird watching one of its prime tourist activity.Most tourists and travelers have various bird species to spot which includes; the Red-faced Barbet, Bennett’s Woodpecker, Papyrus Gonolek, White-headed, Black and familiar Chats, Carruther’s and Tabora Cisticolas, White-winged and Broad-tailed, Warblers and Miombo Wren-Warblers, Handsome Francolin, Rwenzori Turaco, Mountain Sooty Boubou, Rwenzori Batis, Yellow-eyed Black Flycatcher, Archer’s Robin-chat, Rwenzori Hill Babbler, Grauer’s Rush, Neumann’s and Grauer’s Warbles, Masked Mountain Apalis, Stripe-breasted Tit and Strange Weaver, a full range of Rwenzori double-collared, purple-throated, blue-headed and regal Sunbirds, White-bellied robin-chat, Doherty’s and Lagden’s bush-shrikes, White-tailed Blue Flycatcher, Great Blue Turaco, Barred long-tailed cuckoo and White-bellied crested flycatcher, Red-throated Alethe Alehe, Kungwe Apalis Apalis, Ruwenzori Apalis, Ruwenzori Batis, Stripe-breasted, Ruwenzori Nightjar, Archer’s Robin-chat, Dusky Crimson Wing, Shelley’s Crimsoning, Handsome Francolin, Neumann’s Warbler, Red-collared Babbler, Yellow-eyed Black Flycatcher, Regal Sunbird.

A kagera National Park

A kagera Bird watching
Akagera birds

This Park is now considered to be a paradise for the birder’s, as they become amazed by the immense variety and abundance of species.Bird watching enthusiasts will always find Akagera National Park rewarding as it offers birders an opportunity to watch the endangered species. From over 500 registered bird species in Akagera National Park, the birders are able to view avariety of endemic birds such as; the Shoebil, papyrus gonolek restricted to papyrus plants and more easily available species like, egrets , the gorgeous lilac-breasted roller, black headed gonalek, heuglin’s robin-chat, grey hornbill, ross’s turaco, crested barbet, red-faced barbet, swamp flycatcher. Birding is higly donwhile on nature walks,game drives and boat safaris(most especially on lake Ihema).Therefpre it is highly recommended that all tourists should include this activity in their plans.Bird Watching;This Park is now considered to be a paradise for the birder’s, as they become amazed by the immense variety and abundance of species.Bird watching enthusiasts will always find Akagera National Park rewarding as it offers birders an opportunity to watch the endangered species. From over 500 registered bird species in Akagera National Park, the birders are able to view avariety of endemic birds such as; the Shoebil, papyrus gonolek restricted to papyrus plants and more easily available species like, egrets , the gorgeous lilac-breasted roller, black headed gonalek, heuglin’s robin-chat, grey hornbill, ross’s turaco, crested barbet, red-faced barbet, swamp flycatcher. Birding is higly donwhile on nature walks,game drives and boat safaris(most especially on lake Ihema).Therefpre it is highly recommended that all tourists should include this activity in their plans.