Endemic Birds

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 ...
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…

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 ...