In Awash National Travelers Experiance a game driving and close encounter to wildlife species, particularly with a special emphasis to the fascinating number of Beisa Oryx and it is home to 81 mammal species, 458 bird species, more than 43 reptile species and over 400 plant species.There is a variety of major wildlife species that include the Beisa oryx, Soemmerring’s gazelle, Greater kudu, lesser kudu, Salt’s dikdik, Defassa waterbuck, Mountain reedbuck and Common bushbuck, Lion, Leopard, Striped hyena; Black backed jackal, Common jackal, Bat-eared fox, Serval cat, Caracal and warthog. The park is also known to support various primate species such as Guereza, Vervet monkey, Anubis baboon, Hamadryas baboon and the hybrid of Hamadryas and Anubis baboon. No endemic mammal is recorded.There are also some bird species in the park like the Banded barbet, Golden-backed woodpecker, White-winged cliff-chat, Thick-billed raven, White-billed starling, Secretary bird, bustards and storks.
Quench the passion for bird watching engaging on the bird watching tour with natural experience along with proper guidance and narration of the experienced ornithologist who would take you to the best place famed as a paradise for birdwatchers as well as a haven for a plethora of bird species. Taudaha is taken as the best destination for birdwatchers as placid water lake nestled on outskirts of Kathmandu valley is refuge place for migratory water birds. Though 40 species of birds are recorded here and the most common migrators that can be witnessed on this lake are lesser whistling duck, common coot falcated duck, mallard, spot billed duck, common teal, northern pintail, ruddy shelduck, red crested, ferruginous, steppe eagle to name the few.
Little Tobago, an offshore island which is visible from Speyside Village. It is a very important sanctuary in the Caribbean for bird lovers to visit. It is a Sea and Land Bird Sanctuary. Little Tobago is a bird watchers paradise, the scenery of this small but sweet island is just truly spectacular. A glass bottom boat will be our transport to Little Tobago. After we pick you up from your hotel, view the parrot fish and queen angels along the way. Little Tobago is a haven for rare birds including red-billed tropicbirds, magnificent frigate birds, shearwater and red footed boobies. We snorkel off Goat Island, considered the best reef in Tobago and home to the largest brain coral known A minimum of two persons is required for this booking
The mangrove birdwatching journey is the most comfortable opportunity for novice and experienced birders to explore one of the Osa Peninsula´s top wildlife and birding hotspots. Your expert naturalist and the boat captain will show you the large variety of habitats that are visited through this fascinating excursionThe Térraba-Sierpe Wetland is one of the best preserved mangrove forest found in CR and the largest in the Pacific coast of Central America. With about 32.000 hectares, it is one of the 12 Ramsar Sites found in the country, a unique habitat that maintains and supports several endangered resident, endemic and migratory bird species.Some of our target species here are:Yellow-billed CotingaAmazon KingfisherCommon PootoShort-tailed NighthawkMangrove Hummingbird (Costa Rica endemic)Boat-billed Heron Agamy Heron.Enjoy from the sit of your boat the other sightings like monkeys, crocodiles, snakes and spectacular unique landscapes.
Just a 2 hour drive from your hotel in Delhi will take you to this bird watchers paradise. So grab your binoculars! From exotic species like Purple Sunbird, Eurasian Thick-knee, Indian Roller, White-throated Kingfisher, Spot billed Duck, Painted Stork, White Ibis, Black headed Ibis, Eurasian collared Dove, Spotted Owlet, Magpie Robin to about 250 feathered species share this planet with us—and in these ten hotspots, they will take your breath away. Can also spot "Blue buck" stages as a fauna element.
Lake Bogoria tour is for bird-watching lovers and specifically the flamingos. Lake Bogoria is the best place for birds watching.The lake is alkaline, feeding blue-green algae which in turn feed flamingoes. At times the number of flamingoes feeding in the lake may be as high as two million. Raptors such as tawny eagles prey on the flamingoes. In total, 135 species of bird have been recorded. They include little grebe, pratincole, swift, little bee-eater, cape wigeon, yellow-billed stork, African spoonbill, augur buzzard, gabar goshawk, water dikkop, great tit, starling, hornbill and crombec.The reserve has a herd of the relatively uncommon Greater Kudu. Other large mammals include buffalo, zebra, cheetah, baboon, warthog, caracal, spotted hyena, impala and dik dik.
Phulchowki; hill of flowers is paradise for the birdwatchers which is the shelter for the large quantity of bird species around 300 that includes rufous-gorgeted flycatcher, rufous bellied niltava, yellow browed tit, chestnut headed tessia, red billed leiothrix, whiskered yuhina, besra bronzed, racket tailed drongos and many more. Phulchowki forest extended up to Godavari on lower slopes from Phulchowki hill on upper slopes is renowned destination foe birdwatchers of across the globe because of its set record of being the perfect viewpoint where highest number of birds can be viewed on the single day.
Almost a dozen trails( upto 9km in length) ,meander through the forest, with one even heading above the treeline -Having bird watching..see Ethiopian specialists such as the yellow-fronted parrot, Abyssinian catbird, black-winged lovebird, Abyssinian oriole, Ethiopian boubou, Thick-billed Raven ,Montane white-eye, White-back Tit ,White-winged cliff chat, African Paradise Flycatcher, white-cheeked Turaco -Searching for some mammalsblack-and-white colobus (monkeys) along the trails, as well as bushbucks- The track winds upwards to a delighted picnic spot where having a picnic lunch
6:00 am: leaving from your accommodation to the bird conservation site. 7:00 am: You will be warmed welcomed by our local bird ranger/ guide, he/ she will give introduction about briefly bird migration and then start to walk in the rice field to see some species of waterbirds such as; Asian Openbill, black headed ibis, little cormorant, cotton Pygmy-goose, spot billed duck, little grebe, watercock and etc.9:00 am: Our oxcart driver will pick up you on the way back and heading to village where we see local activities, English Speaking Tour Guide, he/ she will explain about agriculture, free chemical vegetable farm, local activities, typical stilt houses, authentic Cambodian living style, learning about Khmer culture, custom and tradition. The Oxcart tour will end at the local house. 11:00pm: after finishing the oxcart riding tour, you will be heading to The Green Home for lunch. 12:30pm: The tour will be finished