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AFROTROPICAL Tropical & Subtropical Savanna 

Birdwatching in the African savanna is easy and very rewarding. The open habitat means the birds are easy to see compared to the closed habitat of rainforest. The diversity of the birds here is high, and repeated trips will reward the visitor with new species.

Family Phasianidae: Fowl

Pternistis natalensis, 'Natal Spurfowl/Francolin' (Hluhluwe-Imfolozi, South Africa).

Family Columbidae: Doves and Pigeons

Turtur chalcospilos, 'Green/Emerald-spotted Wood Dove' (Hluhluwe-Imfolozi, South Africa).

Family Musophagidae: Turacos

(Entebbe, Uganda)

Crinifer zonorus, 'Eastern Plantain-eater'. A large bird usually seen in small groups. Has a loud yelping call that increases in volume and speed. Found in open woodland and gardens in eastern Africa.

Corythaixoides personatus, 'Bare-faced Go-away Bird'. Usually seen in small noisey groups. Found in savanna woodlands and open areas, including around gardens, in eastern Africa. 

Tauraco porphyreolophus, 'Purple-crested Turaco', (Hluhluwe-Imfolozi, South Africa).

Family Cuculidae: Cuckoos

Centropus superciliosus, 'White-browed Coucal' (Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda).

Family Gruidae: Cranes

(outside of Cape Town)

Grus paradisea, 'Blue Crane', 'Paradise/Stanley Crane'.

(Lake Mburo, Uganda)

Balearica regulorum, 'Grey-crowned Crane', 'Golden-Crested Crane'. Found in woodlands and wetlands in eastern and southern Africa. The national bird of Uganda.

Family Burhinidae, 'Thick-knees'

Burhinus vermiculatus, 'Water Thick-knee'

Plovers

Family Ciconiidae, 'Storks'

(Enjojo Lodge, Uganda)

Ciconis episcopus, 'Woolly-necked Stork'.

Family Ardeidae: Herons

(Uganda)

Ardea melanocephala, 'Black-headed Heron'. Very tall. Similar to Grey Heron, this species is darker, with black and white underwings in flight and grey legs not yellow. Usually found stalking through grass in open woodlands, but also in small ponds, throughout sub-Saharan Africa.

Family Accipitridae, Eagles, Hawks and Old World Vultures

(Bigodi, Uganda)

Lophaetus occipitalus, 'Long-crested Eagle'. Large, black, with long crest (obvious when perched). Found in open habitats across much of sub-Saharan Africa.

(Entebbe, Uganda)

Milvus aegyptius, 'Yellow-billed Kite'. Sometimes considered a sub-species of the widespread Black Kite. Common across open habitats of sub-Africa.

Family Coliidae: Mousebirds

Family Upupidae: Hoopoes

Family Bucorvidae, Ground Hornbills

Family Bucerotidae, Hornbills

Hornbills are an old world tropical group, found in Africa and Asia, and extending to the Solomon Islands in the east. They are large birds with huge bills, the ecological and morphological equivalent to the new world tropical Toucans.

(Enjojo Lodge, Uganda)

Lophoceros alboterminatus , 'Crowned Hornbill'. Found in wetter woodland and edge of forest in southern, eastern and parts of western Africa.

Family Coraciidae: 'Rollers'

(Lake Mburo, Uganda)

Coracias caudatus, 'Lilac-breasted Roller'. Found in open woodlands across eastern and southern Africa.

Family Meropidae: Bee-eaters

One of the most diverse and pretty groups of birds in the African woodlands. They are often very obvious and easy birds to see as they tend to to perch on exposed branches. 

'White-throated Bee-eater' (image by Damon Ramsey)'White-throated Bee-eater' (Kilwa, Tanzania)

Merops albicollis, 'White-throated Bee-eater'.

(Mozambique)

Merops albicollis, 'Blue-cheeked Bee-eater'. Breeds in dry habitats in the middle east, then most migrate to overwinter in woodlands and forest in tropical Africa.

Family Alcedinidae: Kingfishers

(African) Mangrove Kingfisher (image by Damon Ramsey)(African) Mangrove Kingfisher (Mozambique)

Halcyon senegaloides, '(African) Mangrove Kingfisher'. Large Kingfisher coloured a very bright blue, which can make it easily visible in open areas, and a contrasting red bill. Similar to Woodland Kingfisher, but that species has lower black mandible  and cleaner white head. Found in mangroves, and open habitats, including human settlements, along east coast of Africa.

(Viavia, Entebbe, Uganda)

Halcyon senegalensis, 'Woodland Kingfisher'. Large Kingfisher coloured a very bright blue, which can make it easily visible in open areas, and with a contrasting red bill. Similar to African Mangrove Kingfisher, but that species has an all red bill and grey wash to head. Found in open habitats, including human settlements, throughout tropical Africa.

(Mburo, Uganda)

Halcyon chelicuti, 'Striped Kingfisher'. Small kingfisher. Some blue on back (but often difficult to see when perched) with varying amounts of lines on a dirty white underbelly and sides. Orange-red on underside of lower mandible of bill. Recorded to be quite territorial. Found in open habitats across sub-Sharan Africa.

Family Lybiidae: African Barbets & Tinkerbirds

Yellow-billed Barbet (Bigodi, Uganda)

Lybius bidentatus, Double-toothed Barbet (Isunga Lodge, Uganda).

Family Picidae: Woodpeckers

Campethera abingoni 'Golden-tailed Woodpecker', (Hluhluwe-Imfolozi, South Africa).

the Birds of the African Savannas continued at:
Afrotropical Tropical Savanna passerine birds 

For the page on the African savanna

Updates
Well it looks like my first trip after the virus now might be as an Expedition leader in Tasmania with Coral Expeditions. If you can't go travelling until everything settles down, then until then, here I am doing online guided walks for Noble Caledonia and online lectures for Silversea.