Saadani National Park on the coast of Tanzania is great for birding. Storks, herons, egrets, bee-eaters, eagles, vultures, hornbills, weavers, rollers and many more can be spotted
Scary eyes - a martial #eagle in Saadani #Tanzania
There are two kind of Pytilia in this area, this one is the orange winged pytilia (Pytilia afra). If you are wondering how much I photoshopped - none! That's the real color of the male pytilia
Speckled Mousebirds (Colius striatus) lovethe ilala palm leaves - their tail even looks like one. Do you see it?
The collared palm thrush (Cichladusa arquata) is quite a noisy bird that can make it difficult for birding when he's around.
How easy it is to identify eagles when you can see them flying. This is an African Crowned #Eagle - striped chest and the wings are half striped and half brown. What a beautiful and majestic creature
Birding แทงบอลออนไลน์ คาสิโนออนไลน์ กับ UFABET ราคาบอล ดีที่สุด เว็บพนันบอลออนไลน์ ดีที่สุด มั่นคง ฝาก-ถอน รวดเร็วตลอด 24 ชั่วโมง สมัครเว็บแทงบอล แจกเครดิตฟรีทุกวัน.
Terek #Sandpiper in mangroves on the Swahili Coast of Tanzania
Black and white on a #birding safari in #Saadani NP, Tanzania: A long-tailed #cormorant and an egret in the background
Watch the beautiful birds of Saadani National Park in Tanzania, including eagles, vultures, bee-eaters, flamingos, storks, sunbirds, hornbills and more
Eastern Green Tinkerbird which can be identified by its pinkish bill (which is a bit hidden here in the picture)
Yellow-streaked Greenbul trying to hunt some little fish and getting a bit wet on the way
Red-capped Robin Chat in Saadani NP, Tanzania
Crested Francolin in Saadani National Park #Francolin #Saadani #Tanzania
Dwarf Bittern hiding in the high grasses of Saadani NP just at the beginning of the rain season.
Klaas's Cuckoo in Tembo Kijani
Male Red-billed Firefinch in front of a waterhole getting a bit refreshed in the heat of the day