Endemic Birds

European birding tours

A second year of birding in Norfolk (and Suffolk) – 2021

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What a privilege it is to be able to spend a second year based at the UK office of Birding Ecotours, right in the middle of one of Britain’s best…
French list of birds of South Africa

French List of Birds of South Africa – Noms des oiseaux en Afrique du Sud

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The French list of the birds of South Africa is in part a recognition that a large proportion of the people of Africa are French speaking. Since the ...

The Endemic Birds of South Africa

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The purpose of this article is to provide the most up-to-date information on South Africa’s endemic birds (based on the 2020 update of the country’s official bird-list)...
Prince Edwards Islands

A rare opportunity to increase your South African bird list by visiting the Prince Edward Islands: Flock to Marion 2022!

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How about seeing King Penguin, Macaroni Penguin, Southern Rockhopper...

Johannesburg’s Top Birding Sites

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Johannesburg, more readily known as Joburg or Jozi is the largest city in South Africa, and located on the highveld plateau of central South Africa...

Birding the Cape – from the mountains to the deep blue

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When I mention the Cape most tourists will envisage Table Mountain, the dramatic cliffs of Cape Point, and the spectacular flower displays of the west ...

A “larky” spin through the Northern Cape of South Africa

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Larks, larks, larks … and more wonderful larks! The arid Northern Cape of South Africa is very well known for many wonderful species of larks, including seven ...

Regionally-endemic birding in Central America: From the Mayan Empire to the Darién Gap

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At one time Central America was mostly underwater, and only the peaks of volcanoes rose above the water, creating islands ...