Kenya top birding sites that lay hidden out in every corner of the country, which is productive and rewarding in terms of bird species seen. Kenya as a destination is rich with diversity not only within selected geographical regions out in every corner of the country lay hidden treasures that are attractions for visitors; from scenically startling and accessible sites which offer highly gratifying experience.
Most of Kenya top birding sites offer exciting birdwatching throughout the year For birding tours, there are plentiful Kenya top birding sites that you can opt to visit. Kenya has one of the richest avifauna in Africa, the high number is due to its diverse habitats and the presence of six avian biomes, Kenya is also a major flyway of Palearctic migrants. Both land and water birds from Eastern Europe, Russia, the Middle East, and Siberia
Kenya Birding hotspots are well known national parks, game reserves, private conservancies, oxidation ponds, swamps, lakes, mountains, forests.
Kenya Top Birding spots are located in various habitats, cool, alpine zone, simmering hot soda lakes, papyrus swamp, tussock grasslands, desert scrubs, and sand dunes, we offer and arrange birding trips to the following areas.
And for those of you who for business or other reasons cannot go beyond city limits, We can show you that top birding sites in Nairobi, Kisumu, Nakuru, or Mombasa which is rewarding.
Whether you are looking forward to thousand waders and crab plovers in Mida Creek, the finicky flamingo spectacle in Lake Bogoria, endemic Sharpe’s Longclaw in Kinangop or Blue-breasted Bee-eater in Kakamega Forest
Below a list of some of Kenya Top Birding sites
Kenya is fortunate to have one of the most diverse bird assemblages of any country in the world. With over 1,000 species, Kenya is a world-leader in terms of the numbers of bird species that can be found within its borders. It is possible to see well over half of these birds without undue effort within a birdwatching tour of three or four weeks.
Kenya is ranked second the best country in Africa for birding, after the Democratic Republic of Congo, and 11th in the world. Kenya also holds the world-record ‘bird watch’ – with 342 species seen in 24 hours! This avian diversity is largely a result of extreme elevational differences resulting in the diversity of habitats found within Kenya.
From the eastern-most reaches of the Congo-Guinean rainforest in western Kenya, volcanic highland massifs, plateaus and forests reaching over 2000 m, large expanses of semi-arid savanna, alkaline Rift Valley Lakes, coastal forest and northern deserts.
Kenya has a diversity of habitats unmatched by most other countries in Africa. The country also lies on a bird migration route – a flyway for migrant birds from northern Asia and Eastern Europe, accounting for roughly 10% of the bird population