Birds

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Grey Crowned Crane

The Grey Crowned Crane  is a bird in the crane family Gruidae. It occurs in dry savannah in Africa south of the Sahara, although it nests in somewhat wetter habitats. They can also be found in marshe
Africa Sacred Ibis in African Safari Style

The African Sacred Ibis has been introduced into France, Italy, Spain, Taiwan, and the United States (S. Florida).The introduced and rapidly growing populations in southern Europe are seen as a potent
Marabou bird in African Safari Style

The Marabou Stork (Leptoptilos crumeniferus) is a large wading bird in the stork family Ciconiidae.  It breeds in Africa south of the Sahara, in both wet and arid habitats, often near human habitatio
Herons bird in Africa

This is the world’s largest heron. The height is 120–152 cm (47–60 in), the wingspan is 185–230 cm (73–91 in) and the weight is 4–5 kg (8.8–11 lbs). Among standard measurements
Lesser-Flamingos in Africa

The Lesser Flamingo (Phoenicopterus minor) is a species of flamingo occurring in sub-Saharan Africa with another population in India. The Lesser Flamingo is the smallest species of flamingo, though it
African_Adarter bird

The African Darter is a member of the darter family,Anhingidae , and is closely related to American (Anhinga anhinga), Oriental (Anhinga melanogaster), and Australian (Anhinga novaehollandiae) Darters
African Jacana bird

African Jacanas (Actophilornis africanus) are waders in the family Jacanidae, identifiable by long toes and long claws that enable them to walk on floating vegetation in shallow lakes, their preferred
The African Skimmer is a near-threatened species of bird belonging to the skimmer family. It is found along rivers, lakes and lagoons in Sub-Saharan Africa.They have very long wings. The back, hindneck, and crown are black. The forehead and rest of the body is white, with a bright, long, orange beak that ends with a yellow tip (black tip in immatures). Their short forked tail is white, and their legs are bright red. The average size is about 38 cm (15 in) long. Their voice is a sharp "kip-kip". Their bill structure is unique. The lower mandible is much longer than the upper mandible, and flattened sideways like scissor blades. Behavior African Skimmers fly in lines over calm waters, and dip their lower mandibles in the water to feed. When the mandible touches a fish, the skimmer snaps its mouth shut. They feed mostly at dawn and dusk. Reproduction Pairs nest in loose colonies on large sandbanks. The colonies typically consist of less than 50 pairs and each pair lays 2–3 (rarely 4) eggs in a scrape in the sand.

The African Skimmer is a near-threatened species of bird belonging to the skimmer family. It is found along rivers, lakes and lagoons in Sub-Saharan Africa.They have very long wings. The back, hindnec
Cormmorant bird in African Safari Style

Double-crested Cormorant are large waterbirds with small heads on long, kinked necks. They have thin, strongly hooked bills, roughly the length of the head. Their heavy bodies sit low in the water. Ad
Yellow-billed-kite in Africa

The Yellow-billed Kite is the Afrotropic  counterpart of the Black Kite  of which it is most often considered a subspecies. However, recent DNA studies suggest that the Yellow-billed Kite differs si