Bird watching in Mikumi National Park

Bird watching in Mikumi National Park

Short Overview
Mkata River Flood Plain in Mikumi National Park has a rich birdlife with over 400 different species with both northern and southern species. The northern species resident in this national park are Straw-tailed Whydah and the Superb Starling, and the southern species in this area are Boehm's bee-eater and the Dickinson's kestrel.

Details

Details of Bird watching in Mikumi National Park

The Mkata River offers majestic views of fishing Open-billed Storks. Common birds in the Mikuru National Park are the Marabou stork, Red-billed oxpeckers, Black-bellied bustard, Francolin, Cattle egret, Guinea-fowls, Hornbill and Malachite Kingfischer. The most colourful species are the Yellow-throated long claw, the Lilac-breasted roller and the Bateleur eagle. European migrants are common during the rainy season.

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