in Southern Africa is excellent, with close to 1000 species
being present in the region.
Africa offers some of the most diverse avian habitat - particularly
in northern Botswana, Zambia and Zimbabwe - whilst Namibia
has an abundance of endemic bird species. Ensure that you
have your own pair of binoculars if you are a keen bird watcher.
Africa ranks as one of the finest bird watching destinations
in the world.
The Cape “fynbos” habitat is home to many indigenous
varieties that depend on their close dependence on the rich
National Park alone has recorded 500 different bird species,
many of breathtaking beauty; Ndumo Game Reserve in Northern
Natal has a similar quantity.
best time for bird watching in southern Africa is from October
to March, when intra-African and European migrants are in
area is covered by a selection of excellent field guides.
is renowned for emphasizing more than just the 'big mammals'
on safari, and their guides are all familiar with the birds
of their particular areas, while some are bird experts in
their own right.