Parc national des oiseaux du Tarangire

Observation des oiseaux à Tarangire

Reach out to Six wildlife parks in northern Tanzania, you will find the great savannah park with over 400 bird species, Parc national de Tarangire. One of Tanzania?s most beautiful national parks. On your bird watching safari in Tanzania, Tarangire is must include a park. Below, you can read more about bird watching in Tarangire National Park and famous for its many elephants, and which appropriately goes under the nickname of ?the baobab capital of the world?. Tarangire National Park is home to some amazing wildlife. The different groups of animals live close together, giving you the chance to experience the animals right up close. A visit to Tarangire is always special, no matter what the season. However, during the drought period from June to October, large groups of animals migrate to and stay in the park because at this time of the year the river is the only permanent source of water for miles around.

Observation des oiseaux à Tarangire
African Hoopoe

Bird Watching and Photography Tours in Tarangire

Among the many different bird species, you will be able to see Fischer?s lovebirds, kingfishers, weavers, kori bustards and birds of prey. A tour to the scenic Tarangire National Park offers an unusual landscape where you will experience the animals right up close. Its large elephant herds, wild birds and nature, in particular, are what make Tarangire a must-see on your safari holiday in Tanzania. Birds of East Africa.

List of Birds in Tarangire National Park

  • Ostriches
  • Ducks, geese, and waterfowl
  • Guineafowl
  • Pheasants, grouse, and allies
  • Flamingos
  • Grebes
  • Pigeons and doves
  • Sandgrouse
  • Bustards
  • Turacos
  • Cuckoos
  • Nightjars and allies
  • Swifts
  • Flufftails
  • Rails, gallinules, and coots
  • Finfoots
  • Cranes
  • Thick-knees
  • Stilts and avocets
  • Oystercatchers
  • Plovers and lapwings
  • Painted-snipes
  • Jacanas
  • Sandpipers and allies
  • Buttonquails
  • Crab-plover
  • Pratincoles and coursers
  • Skuas and jaegers
  • Gulls, terns, and skimmers
  • Tropicbirds
  • Albatrosses
  • Southern storm-petrels
  • Shearwaters and petrels
  • Storks
  • Frigatebirds
  • Boobies and gannets
  • Anhingas
  • Cormorants and shags
  • Pelicans
  • Shoebill
  • Hamerkop
  • Herons, egrets, and bitterns
  • Ibises and spoonbills
  • Secretarybird
  • Osprey
  • Hawks, eagles, and kites
  • Barn-owls
  • Owls
  • Mousebirds
  • Trogons
  • Hoopoes
  • Woodhoopoes and scimitarbills
  • Ground-hornbills
  • Hornbills
  • Kingfishers
  • Bee-eaters
  • Rollers
  • African barbets
  • Honeyguides
  • Woodpeckers
  • Falcons and caracaras
  • Old World parrots
  • African and New World parrots
  • African broadbills
  • Pittas
  • Cuckooshrikes
  • Old World orioles
  • Wattle-eyes and batises
  • Vangas, helmetshrikes, and allies
  • Bushshrikes and allies
  • Drongos
  • Monarch flycatchers
  • Shrikes
  • Crows, jays, and magpies
  • Hyliotas
  • Fairy flycatchers
  • Tits, chickadees, and titmice
  • Penduline-tits
  • Larks
  • Nicators
  • African warblers
  • Cisticolas and allies
  • Reed warblers and allies
  • Grassbirds and allies
  • Swallows
  • Bulbuls
  • Leaf warblers
  • Bush warblers and allies
  • Sylviid warblers, parrotbills, and allies
  • White-eyes, yuhinas, and allies
  • Ground babblers and allies
  • Laughingthrushes and allies
  • Treecreepers
  • Oxpeckers
  • Starlings
  • Thrushes and allies
  • Old World flycatchers
  • Dapple-throat and allies
  • Sunbirds and spiderhunters
  • Weavers and allies
  • Waxbills and allies
  • Indigobirds
  • Old World sparrows
  • Wagtails and pipits
  • Finches, euphonias, and allies
  • Old World buntings
  • See also
  • References
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