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Birders Add To Lifetime List On East Africa Safari
June 6, 2002

Eco-resorts offers African safaris for the amateur ornithologist in you. Their 10-day bird watching trip provides a unique insight into many bird species, as well as into the natural beauty of Africa's landscapes and her people. This safari confirms that Kenya really does have the second highest number of bird species in the world!

East Africa is one of the richest bird areas in the world. There are over 1000 species, many of which are extremely rare. These include the Scopes owl, Sokoke pipit, great blue turaco, Amani sunbird and large numbers of raptors. On or near water, you will find bright pink flamingos, hammerkops, iridescent kingfishers, plovers, herons, storks, cranes, jacanas and of course, the magnificent African Fish Eagle.

Explore diverse habitats while spotting rare species. The forests of Kenya have several endemic bird species, which cannot be found anywhere else in the world. The savannahs have a confirmed species list of over 400! One of the best places in the country for bird watching is Lake Baringo. Walking or boating offers great birding opportunities not available within the national parks, which confine visitors to vehicles.

The Eco-resorts safaris include all transfers, accommodation, meals, activities and excursions stated in the itinerary, driver/guide on safari, park entrance fees and local taxes. Charges do not include international flights, visas, tips, personal purchases, drinks or international departure taxes. Costs run between $150 and $250 per person, per night.

For more information on the Eco-resorts’ amazing birding safaris, please visit their website at www.eco-resorts.com or email melinda@eco-resorts.com.

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