Bird watching in Arusha National Park

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 The Arusha National Park and particularly the Momella Lakes offer gorgeous bird-watching opportunities. The national park is inhabited by over 400 different migrant and resident bird species. The most famous bird species in the Arusha National Park are water fowls such as little grebes, eagles, pochards, geese, hamerkop, red shark, spurwinged goose, woodpecker, herons, secretary bird, grey parrot.

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The Arusha National Park and particularly the Momella Lakes offer gorgeous bird-watching opportunities...

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