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Masai Mara National Reserve

MAMMALS OF MASAI MARA NATIONAL RESERVE;

  • 1. Spectacled Elephant shrew
  • 2. East African Hedgehog
  • 3. Giant white - toothed shrew
  • 4. Straw - coloured Fruit Bat
  • 5. Rousette Fruit Bat
  • 6. Epauletted Fruit Bat
  • 7. Pale - bellied Fruit Bat
  • 8. Hollow - faced Bat
  • 9. False vampire Bat
  • 10. Yellow - winged Bat
  • 11. Lander's Horseshoe Bat
  • 12. Lesser Leaf - nosed Bat
  • 13. Banana Bat/ African pipistrelle
  • 14. Yellow - bellied Bat
  • 15. Angola Free - tailed Bat
  • 16. White - bellied Free -tailed Bat
  • 17. Greater Galago
  • 18. Bush Baby
  • 19. Black - faced vervet monkey
  • 20. Blue/Sykes' monkey
  • 21. Red - tailed/White - nosed monkey
  • 22. Patas monkey
  • 23. Olive Baboon
  • 24. Black and white colobus
  • 25. Lesser Ground pangolin
  • 26. Hunting Dog
  • 27. Golden Jackal /Common Jackal
  • 28. Black - backed/ Silver -backed Jackal
  • 29. Side - striped Jackal
  • 30. Bat - eared Fox
  • 31. Zorilla
  • 32. Ratel /Honey Badger
  • 33. Clawless otter
  • 34. African civet
  • 35. Neumann's /Small - spotted Genet
  • 36. Bush /Large - spotted Genet
  • 37. African Palm Civet
  • 38. Marsh Mongoose
  • 39. Dwarf Mongoose
  • 40. Large Grey Mongoose
  • 41. Slender /Black -tipped Mongoose
  • 42. White - tailed Mongoose
  • 43. Banded Mongoose
  • 44. Aardwolf
  • 45. Spotted Hyaena
  • 46. Striped Hyaena
  • 47. Cheetah
  • 48. African wildcat
  • 49. Serval
  • 50. Lion
  • 51. Leopard
  • 52. Ant Bear /Aardvark
  • 53. Tree Hyrax
  • 54. Rock Hyrax
  • 55. African Elephant
  • 56. Burchell's or Common zebra
  • 57. Hippopotamus
  • 58. Giant Forest Hog
  • 59. Warthog
  • 60. Bush pig
  • 61. Masai Giraffe
  • 62. Coke's Hartebeest / Kongoni
  • 63. Wildebeest
  • 64. Topi
  • 65. Harvey Red Duiker
  • 66. Bush Duiker
  • 67. Klipspringer
  • 68. Suni
  • 69. Oribi
  • 70. Steinbok
  • 71. Kirk's Dik - Dik
  • 72. Defassa waterbuck
  • 73. Bohor Reedbuck
  • 74. Impala
  • 75. Thomson's Gazelle
  • 76. Grant's Gazelle
  • 77. Roan Antelope
  • 78. Bushbuck
  • 79. Eland
  • 80. African Buffalo
  • 81. African Hare
  • 82. Cane Rat
  • 83. Porcupine
  • 84. Striped Ground Squirrel
  • 85. Unstriped Ground Squirrel
  • 86. Bush Squirrel
  • 87. Giant Forest Squirrel
  • 88. Spring Hare
  • 89. African Dormouse
  • 90. Kenya Mole Rat;

 

BIRDS OF MASAI MARA NATIONAL RESERVE(KENYA)

  • 1. Masai Ostrich
  • 2. Little Grebe
  • 3. Long - tailed cormorant
  • 4. African Darter
  • 5. Black - headed Heron
  • 6. Yellow - billed Egret
  • 7. Little Egret
  • 8. Buff - Backed Heron/Cattle - Egret
  • 9. Squacco Heron
  • 10. Green - backed Heron
  • 11. Night Heron
  • 12. Hamerkop
  • 13. White stork
  • 14. European Black stork
  • 15. Woolly - necked stork
  • 16. Abdim's stork
  • 17. Open - bill stork
  • 18. Saddle - bill stork
  • 19. Marabou stork
  • 20. Wood Ibis/ Yellow - billed stork
  • 21. Sacred Ibis
  • 22. Hadada Ibis
  • 23. African Black Duck
  • 24. Garganey Teal
  • 25. Hottentot Teal
  • 26. Red - billed Duck
  • 27. Knob - billed Duck
  • 28. Egyptian Goose
  • 29. Spur - winged Goose
  • 30. Secretary Bird
  • 31. Ruppell's Vulture
  • 32. White - backed Vulture
  • 33. Nubian/Lappet - faced Vulture
  • 34. White - headed Vulture
  • 35. Egyptian Vulture
  • 36. Hooded Vulture
  • 37. Peregrine
  • 38. Lanner
  • 39. European Hobby
  • 40. African Hobby(Rare)
  • 41. European Kestrel
  • 42. Greater/White - eyed kestrel
  • 43. Lesser Kestrel
  • 44. Grey Kestrel
  • 45. Pygmy Falcon
  • 46. Cuckoo Falcon
  • 47. European Black Kite
  • 48. African Black Kite
  • 49. Black - shouldered Kite
  • 50. Bat Hawk
  • 51. Honey Buzzard
  • 52. Steppe Eagle
  • 53. Tawny Eagle
  • 54. Wahlberg's Eagle
  • 55. African Hawk Eagle
  • 56. Booted Eagle
  • 57. Martial Eagle
  • 58. Crowned Hawk - eagle
  • 59. Long - crested Eagle
  • 60. Lizard Buzzard
  • 61. Brown Harrier Eagle
  • 62. Black - chested Harrier Eagle
  • 63. Banded Harrier Eagle
  • 64. Bateleur
  • 65. African Fish Eagle
  • 66. Lammergeyer
  • 67. Steppe Buzzard
  • 68. Augur Buzzard
  • 69. Little sparrow Hawk
  • 70. Ovampo sparrow Hawk
  • 71. Greater sparrow Hawk
  • 72. Shikra
  • 73. African Goshawk
  • 74. Gabar Goshawk
  • 75. Pale chanting Goshawk
  • 76. Dark chanting Goshawk
  • 77. Montagu's Harrier
  • 78. Pallid Harrier
  • 79. European Marsh Harrier
  • 80. African Marsh Harrier
  • 81. Harrier Hawk
  • 82. Osprey
  • 83. Coqui Francolin
  • 84. Crested Francolin
  • 85. Shelley's (Grey - wing) Francolin
  • 86. Hildebrandt's Francolin
  • 87. Scaly Francolin
  • 88. Yellow - necked spurfowl
  • 89. Cape quail
  • 90. Harlequin quail
  • 91. Blue quail
  • 92. Helmeted Guinea - fowl
  • 93. Crested Guinea -fowl
  • 94. European corn crake
  • 95. African crake
  • 96. Black crake
  • 97. White - spotted pygmy crake
  • 98. African Finfoot
  • 99. Crowned crane
  • 100. Kori Bustard
  • 101. Jackson's Bustard
  • 102. White - bellied Bustard
  • 103. Black - bellied Bustard
  • 104. Hartlaub's Bustard
  • 105. Spotted stone Curlew
  • 106. Water Dikkop
  • 107. African Jacana
  • 108. Little Ringed Plover
  • 109. Kittlitz's Plover
  • 110. Three - banded Plover
  • 111. Caspian Plover
  • 112. Crowned Plover
  • 113. Senegal Plover
  • 114. Black - winged Plover
  • 115. Black smith Plover
  • 116. Brown - chested wattled Plover
  • 117. Wattled Plover
  • 118. Black - winged Stilt
  • 119. Painted Snipe
  • 120. European common Snipe
  • 121. Great Snipe
  • 122. African snipe
  • 123. Ruff
  • 124. Common Sandpiper
  • 125. Green Sandpiper
  • 126. Wood Sandpiper
  • 127. Temminck's Courser
  • 128. Two - banded Courser
  • 129. Heuglin's Courser
  • 130. Bronze - winged Courser
  • 131. Pratincole
  • 132. Button quail
  • 133. Chestnut - bellied Sandgrouse
  • 134. Black- faced Sandgrouse
  • 135. Yellow - throated Sandgrouse
  • 136. Speckled Pigeon
  • 137. Olive Pigeon
  • 138. Red - eyed Dove
  • 139. Mourning Dove
  • 140. Ring - necked Dove
  • 141. Laughing Dove
  • 142. Namaqua Dove
  • 143. Tambourine Dove
  • 144. Blue - spotted wood Dove
  • 145. Emerald - spotted wood Dove
  • 146. Green Pigeon
  • 147. European Cuckoo
  • 148. African Cuckoo
  • 149. Red - chested Cuckoo
  • 150. Black Cuckoo
  • 151. Great - spotted Cuckoo
  • 152. Levaillant's Cuckoo
  • 153. Black and white Cuckoo
  • 154. Emerald Cuckoo
  • 155. Didric Cuckoo
  • 156. Klaas' Cuckoo
  • 157. Blue - headed Coucal
  • 158. Senegal Coucal
  • 159. White - browed Coucal
  • 160. Green Coucal/Yellow - bill
  • 161. Schalow's Turaco
  • 162. Ross's Turaco
  • 163. Eastern Grey plaintain - eater
  • 164. White - bellied Go-away - bird
  • 165. Bare - faced Go-away -bird
  • 166. Brown parrot
  • 167. European Roller
  • 168. Lilac - breasted Roller
  • 169. Rufous - crowned Roller
  • 170. Broad - billed Roller
  • 171. Pied Kingfisher
  • 172. Giant Kingfisher
  • 173. Malachite Kingfisher
  • 174. Pygmy Kingfisher
  • 175. Woodland Kingfisher
  • 176. Brown - hooded Kingfisher
  • 177. Grey- headed Kingfisher
  • 178. Striped Kingfisher
  • 179. European Bee - eater
  • 180. Madagascar Bee - eater
  • 181. Blue - cheeked Bee - eater
  • 182. White - throated Bee - eater
  • 183. Blue - breasted Bee - eater
  • 184. White - fronted Bee - eater
  • 185. Black and white - casqued Hornbill
  • 186. Grey Hornbill
  • 187. Red - billed Hornbill
  • 188. Von der Decken's Hornbill
  • 189. Crowned Hornbill
  • 190. Ground Hornbill
  • 191. European Hoopoe
  • 192. African Hoopoe
  • 193. Green Wood Hoopoe
  • 194. Scimitar - bill
  • 195. Abyssinian scimitar - bill
  • 196. African marsh owl
  • 197. African wood owl
  • 198. African scops owl
  • 199. White - faced scops owl
  • 200. Pearl - spotted owlet
  • 201. Spotted Eagle owl
  • 202. Verreaux's Eagle owl
  • 203. Pels Fishing owl
  • 204. European Nightjar
  • 205. Dusky Nightjar
  • 206. Freckled Nightjar
  • 207. Plain Nightjar
  • 208. White - tailed Nightjar
  • 209. Gaboon Nightjar
  • 210. Pennant - wing Nightjar
  • 211. Long - tailed Nightjar
  • 212. Speckled Mousebird
  • 213. Blue - naped Mousebird
  • 214. Narina's Trogon
  • 215. Double - toothed Barbet
  • 216. Black - billed Barbet
  • 217. White - headed Barbet
  • 218. Brown - throated Barbet
  • 219. Spotted - flanked Barbet
  • 220. Red - fronted Barbet
  • 221. Grey - throated Barbet
  • 222. Yellow - spotted Barbet
  • 223. Red - fronted Tinkerbird
  • 224. Lemon - rumped Tinkerbird
  • 225. Red and Yellow Barbet
  • 226. D'Arnaud's Barbet
  • 227. Yellow - billed Barbet
  • 228. Greater Honey guide
  • 229. Scaly - throated Honey guide
  • 230. Lesser Honey guide
  • 231. Wahlberg's Honey guide
  • 232. Cassin's Honey guide
  • 233. Nubian woodpecker
  • 234. Cardinal woodpecker
  • 235. Brown - backed woodpecker
  • 236. Bearded woodpecker
  • 237. Grey woodpecker
  • 238. Red - breasted wryneck
  • 239. Nyanza swift
  • 240. Mottled swift
  • 241. Little swift
  • 242. White - rumped swift
  • 243. Palm swift
  • 244. Boehm's spinetail
  • 245. African Broadbill
  • 246. Singing Bush lark
  • 247. Northern white - tailed lark
  • 248. Redwing Bush Lark
  • 249. Rufous - naped Lark
  • 250. Flappet Lark
  • 251. Fawn - coloured Lark
  • 252. Fischer's sparrow Lark
  • 253. Red - capped Lark
  • 254. African pied wagtail
  • 255. Mountain wagtail
  • 256. Well's wagtail
  • 257. European Grey wagtail
  • 258. Blue - headed wagtail & races
  • 259. Long - billed pipit
  • 260. Plain - backed pipit
  • 261. Richard's pipit
  • 262. Tree pipit
  • 263. Red - throated pipit
  • 264. Yellow - throated Longclaw
  • 265. Pangani Longclaw
  • 266. Rosy - breasted Longclaw
  • 267. Arrow - marked Babbler
  • 268. Black - lored Babbler
  • 269. Northern pied Babbler
  • 270. Rufous chatterer
  • 271. Yellow - vented Bulbul
  • 272. Bristle - bill
  • 273. Fischer's Greenbul
  • 274. Yellow - whiskered Greenbul
  • 275. European spotted Flycatcher
  • 276. Dusky Flycatcher
  • 277. Ashy Flycatcher
  • 278. Pale Flycatcher
  • 279. Grey Flycatcher
  • 280. White - eyed slaty Flycatcher
  • 281. Black Flycatcher
  • 282. Silverbird
  • 283. Chiro-spot Flycatcher
  • 284. Wattle - eye Flycatcher'
  • 285. Paradise Flycatcher
  • 286. African Thrush
  • 287. European Rock Thrush
  • 288. European common wheatear
  • 289. Isabelline wheatear
  • 290. Pied wheatear
  • 291. Schalow's wheatear
  • 292. Capped wheatear
  • 293. Red - tailed chat
  • 294. Sooty chat
  • 295. Anteater chat
  • 296. European whinchat
  • 297. White - browed Robin chat
  • 298. Red - capped Robin chat
  • 299. Robin chat
  • 300. Spotted morning warbler
  • 301. White - winged scrub Robin
  • 302. European Nightingale
  • 303. Sprosser
  • 304. European white throat
  • 305. Garden warbler
  • 306. Blackcap warbler
  • 307. European sedge warbler
  • 308. European willow warbler
  • 309. Fan - tailed warbler
  • 310. Black - breasted Apalis
  • 311. Grey - capped warbler
  • 312. Buff - bellied warbler
  • 313. Crombec
  • 314. Red - faced crombec
  • 315. Banded Tit - warbler
  • 316. Brown Tit - warbler
  • 317. Yellow - bellied Eremomela
  • 318. Grey - backed camaroptera
  • 319. Pectoral - patch cisticola
  • 320. Rattling cisticola
  • 321. Winding cisticola
  • 322. Stout cisticola
  • 323. Tawny - flanked prinia
  • 324. Moustached warbler
  • 325. European swallow
  • 326. Angola swallow
  • 327. Blue swallow
  • 328. Wire - tailed swallow
  • 329. Red - rumped swallow
  • 330. Grey - rumped swallow
  • 331. European sand martin
  • 332. African sand martin
  • 333. European House martin
  • 334. Banded martin
  • 335. African Rock martin
  • 336. Black Rough - wing swallow
  • 337. White - headed Rough -wing swallow
  • 338. Black cuckoo shrike
  • 339. Grey cuckoo shrike
  • 340. Drongo
  • 341. Straight - crested Helmet shrike
  • 342. Grey - crested Helmet shrike
  • 343. White - crowned shrike
  • 344. Northern Brubru
  • 345. Grey - backed Fiscal
  • 346. Lesser Grey shrike
  • 347. Fiscal shrike
  • 348. Long - tailed Fiscal
  • 349. Red - backed shrike
  • 350. Red - tailed shrike
  • 351. Black - headed Gonolek
  • 352. Slate - coloured Boubou
  • 353. Tropical Boubou
  • 354. Black - backed puff - back
  • 355. Puff - back shrike
  • 356. Black - headed Tchagra
  • 357. Brown - headed Tchagra
  • 358. Blackcap Bush shrike
  • 359. Sulphur - breasted Bush shrike
  • 360. Grey - headed Bush shrike
  • 361. Rosy - patched shrike
  • 362. Yellow white - eye
  • 363. Bronzy sunbird
  • 364. Little purple - banded sunbird
  • 365. Mariqua sunbird
  • 366. Variable sunbird
  • 367. Amethyst sunbird
  • 368. Scarlet - chested sunbird
  • 369. Green - headed sunbird
  • 370. Olive sunbird
  • 371. Collared sunbird
  • 372. Buffalo weaver
  • 373. White - headed Buffalo weaver
  • 374. White - browed sparrow weaver
  • 375. Grey - headed social weaver
  • 376. Rufous sparrow
  • 377. Grey - headed sparrow
  • 378. Chestnut sparrow
  • 379. Yellow - spotted Petronia
  • 380. Speckled - fronted weaver
  • 381. Black - headed weaver
  • 382. Masked weaver
  • 383. Vitelline masked weaver
  • 384. Little weaver
  • 385. Chestnut weaver
  • 386. Black - necked weaver
  • 387. Spectacled weaver
  • 388. Holub's Golden weaver
  • 389. Vieillot's Black weaver
  • 390. Reichenow's weaver
  • 391. Grosbeak weaver
  • 392. Red - headed weaver
  • 393. Red - billed quelea
  • 394. Red - billed quelea
  • 395. Cardinal quelea
  • 396. Red Bishop
  • 397. Black - winged Bishop
  • 398. Yellow Bishop
  • 399. Fan - tailed widow-bird
  • 400. White - winged widow-bird
  • 401. Red - naped widow -bird
  • 402. Jackson's widow -bird
  • 403. Bronze Mannikin
  • 404. Black and white Mannikin silverbill
  • 405. Grey - headed silverbill
  • 406. Grey - headed Negro Finch
  • 407. Cut throat
  • 408. Quail Finch
  • 409. Parasitic weaver
  • 410. Green - backed Twin-spot
  • 411. Green - winged pytilia
  • 412. African Fire Finch
  • 413. Red - billed Fire Finch
  • 414. Yellow - bellied waxbill
  • 415. Waxbill
  • 416. Crimson - rumped waxbill
  • 417. Red - cheeked Cordon-bleu
  • 418. Purple Grenadier
  • 419. Indigo-bird
  • 420. Pin - tailed whydah
  • 421. Paradise whydar
  • 422. Yellow - fronted canary
  • 423. White - bellied canary
  • 424. Brimstone canary
  • 425. Yellow - rumped seed-eater
  • 426. Streaky seed-eater
  • 427. Golden - breasted Bunting
  • 428. Cinnamon - breasted Rock Bunting
  • 429. Grey Tit
  • 430. White - breasted Tit
  • 431. Red - throated Tit
  • 432. African Penduline Tit
  • 433. European Golden oriole
  • 434. African Golden oriole
  • 435. Black - headed oriole
  • 436. Wattled starling
  • 437. Violet - backed starling
  • 438. Blue - eared Glossy starling
  • 439. Ruppell's Long -tailed starling
  • 440. Hildebrandt's starling
  • 441. Superb starling
  • 442. Yellow - billed oxpecker
  • 443. Red - billed oxpecker
  • 444. Pied crow
  • 445. Cape Rook
  • 446. White - naped Raven;
Amboseli National park

 MAMMALS OF AMBOSELI NATIONAL PARK:

 

  • 1. Spectacled Elephant shrew(Generally frequents low bush at edge of acacia woodland)
  • 2. Short - snouted Elephant shrew(Inhabits open plains where patches of low bush exist)
  • 3. East African Hedgehog
  • 4. Giant white - toothed shrew
  • 5. Rousette Fruit Bat(Attracted of fruiting trees)
  • 6. Epauletted Fruit Bat(Attracted to fruiting fig trees)
  • 7. White - bellied Tomb Bat
  • 8. Hollow - faced Bat
  • 9. False vampire Bat(colonies often found in dis used masai huts)
  • 10. Yelllow - winged Bat(Hangs in acacia trees and bushes by day)
  • 11. Lander's Horseshoe Bat
  • 12. Banana Bat or African pipistrelle
  • 13. Yellow - bellied Bat
  • 14. Angola Free - tailed Bat(Inhabits roofs of huts and lodges)
  • 15. White - bellied Free - tailed Bat
  • 16. Bush Baby(Frequents acacia woodland)
  • 17. Black - faced vervet monkey
  • 18. Blue or Sykes' monkey
  • 19. Yellow Baboon
  • 20. Hunting Dog
  • 21. Golden Jackal(the rarest of the jackals of Amboseli)
  • 22. Black - backed/Silver - backed jackal
  • 23. Side - striped Jackal
  • 24. Bat - eared Fox (often seen basking outside holes on open plains)
  • 25. Zorilla (seen usually at dusk)
  • 26. Ratel /Honey Badger (rarely seen)
  • 27. African Civet
  • 28. Neumann's or Small - spotted Genet
  • 29. Bush or Large - spotted Genet
  • 30. Marsh Mongoose
  • 31. Dwarf Mongoose
  • 32. Large Grey Mongoose
  • 33. Slender /Black - tipped Mongoose
  • 34. White - tailed Mongoose
  • 35. Banded Mongoose
  • 36. Aard - wolf (rarely seen: nocturnal)
  • 37. Spotted Hyaena
  • 38. Striped Hyaena(rare)
  • 39. Cheetah
  • 40. Caracal
  • 41. African wildcat
  • 42. Serval
  • 43. Lion
  • 44. Leopard
  • 45. Ant Bear (Nocturnal rarely seen)
  • 46. Tree Hyrax
  • 47. Rock Hyrax
  • 48. African Elephant
  • 49. Burchell's or Common zebra
  • 50. Hippopotamus
  • 51. Warthog
  • 52. Masai Giraffe
  • 53. Coke's Hartebeest or Kongoni
  • 54. White - bearded `Gnu or Wildebeest
  • 55. Harvey Red Duiker(much rarer than Bush Duiker)
  • 56. Bush Duiker
  • 57. Klipspringer
  • 58. Steinbok
  • 59. Kirk's Dik-Dik
  • 60. Common waterbuck
  • 61. Bohor Reedbuck
  • 62. Impala
  • 63. Thomson's Gazelle
  • 64. Grant's Gazelle
  • 65. Gerenuk
  • 66. Fringe - eared oryx
  • 67. Bushbuck
  • 68. Lesser Kudu
  • 69. East Africa Eland
  • 70. African Hare
  • 71. African Buffalo
  • 72. Porcupine (Nocturral:seldom seen)
  • 73. Striped Ground squirrel
  • 74. Unstripped Gruond squirrel
  • 75. Bush squirrel
  • 76. Spring Hare
  • 77. African Dormouse
  • 78. Kenya Mole rat

 

 

 

 

BIRDS OF AMBOSELI NATIONAL PARK(KENYA);

  • 1. Masai ostrich (not uncommon on the plains)
  • 2. Little Grebe
  • 3. White - necked cormorant (uncommon visitor)
  • 4. Long - tailed cormorant
  • 5. African Darter
  • 6. White pelican
  • 7. Pink - backed Pelican(spasmodic visitors in varying numbers)
  • 8. Grey Heron
  • 9. Black - headed Heron
  • 10. Goliath Heron
  • 11. Purple Heron
  • 12. Great white Egret
  • 13. Yellow - billed Egret
  • 14. Little Egret
  • 15. Buff - backed Heron or Cattle Egret
  • 16. Rufous –bellied Heron
  • 17. Squacco Heron
  • 18. Madagascar squacco Heron (A non –breeding visitor in small numbers .Generally observed in Loginya swamps)
  • 19. Green –backed Heron
  • 20. Night Heron
  • 21. Little Bittern
  • 22. Dwarf Bittern (The best place to look for herons and egrets is in the swamps below observation Hill and along the edges of Loginya swamp east of Ol Tukai Lodge. )
  • 23. Hamerkop
  • 24. White stork (winter visitor and passage migrant in flocks of varying numbers)
  • 25. European Black stork (Rare winter visitor)
  • 26. Woolly –necked stork (Rare visitor)
  • 27. Abdim’s stork (spasmodic visitor,sometimes in large flocks plains)
  • 28. Open –bill stork(visitor in small numbers)
  • 29. Saddle –bill stork (Resident in small numbers. Usually seen in Loginya swamp)
  • 30. Marabou stork
  • 31. Wood Ibis or Yellow -  billled stork
  • 32. Sacred Ibis
  • 33. Hadada Ibis
  • 34. Glossy Ibis(Rare visitor)
  • 35. African spoonbill
  • 36. Greater Flamingo
  • 37. Lesser Flamingo(Flamingos occur as vagrants ,never in large numbers)
  • 38. White –backed Duck
  • 39. African pochard
  • 40. Tufted Duck (Rare winter visitor)
  • 41. European shoveler
  • 42. Yellow –billed Duck
  • 43. Garganey Teal
  • 44. Hottentot Teal
  • 45. Red-billed Duck
  • 46. European pintail
  • 47. White - faced Tree Duck (uncommon visitor)
  • 48. Fulvous Tree Duck
  • 49. Knob - billed Duck
  • 50. Egyptian Goose
  • 51. Spur - winged Goose
  • 52. Secretary Bird
  • 53. Ruppell’s vulture
  • 54. White –backed vulture
  • 55. Nubian or Lappet - faced vulture
  • 56. White - headed vulture
  • 57. Egyptian vulture
  • 58. Hooded vulture
  • 59. Peregrine Falcon (visitor in small numbers)
  • 60. Lanner (visitor in small numbers, but commoner than peregrine)
  • 61. Taita Falcon (Rare visitor.Has habit of perching high in dead acacia tree)
  • 62. European Hobby(uncommon spring passage migrant)
  • 63. European Kestrel (winter visitor)
  • 64. Greater or white –eyed Kestrel (Resident in small numbers,mainly Namanga area)
  • 65. Lesser Kestrel(winter and passage migrant)
  • 66. Pygmy Falcon (most frequent acacia bush country towards Namanga)
  • 67. European Black Kite
  • 68. African Black Kite
  • 69. Black –shouldered Kite
  • 70. Bat Hawk (occurs near Namanga .Probably overlooked on account of its crepuscular habits)
  • 71. Honey Buzzard (Rare visitor, usually in April /May)
  • 72. Steppe Eagle (winter visitor in small numbers. Perches on ground on open plains)
  • 73. Tawny Eagle
  • 74. Wahlberg’s Eagle
  • 75. African Hawk Eagle
  • 76. Booted Eagle (Rare winter visitor)
  • 77. Martial Eagle
  • 78. Crowned Hawk Eagle (Recorded a few times; usually immature birds)
  • 79. Long –crested Eagle
  • 80. Lizard Buzzard
  • 81. Brown Harrier Eagle
  • 82. Black –chested Harrier Eagle
  • 83. Southern Banded Harrier Eagle (single record of pair in acacia woodland south of observation Hill)
  • 84. Grasshopper Buzzard (Non –breeding visitor. Mainly in bush country on Emali road)
  • 85. Bateleur
  • 86. African Fish Eagle
  • 87. Steppe Buzzard (winter visitor in varying numbers)
  • 88. Augur Buzzard
  • 89. Little sparrow Hawk
  • 90. Shikra
  • 91. Gabar Goshawk
  • 92. Pale chanting Goshawk
  • 93. Montagu’s Harrier
  • 94. Pallid Harrier
  • 95. European marsh Harrier
  • 96. African marsh Harrier
  • 97. Harrier Hawk
  • 98. Osprey (Rare visitor)
  • 99. Coqui Francolin
  • 100. Crested Francolin
  • 101. Shelley’s (Greywing) Francolin
  • 102. Yellow –necked spurfowl
  • 103. Harlequin Quail
  • 104. Helmeted Guinea –fowl
  • 105. Vulturine Guinea –fowl
  • 106. Kaffir Rail (sometimes seen in swamp near simek causeway)
  • 107. Black crake
  • 108. Moorhen
  • 109. Red –knobled coot
  • 110. Crowned crane
  • 111. Kori Bustard
  • 112. Jackson’s Bustard plains(The rarest of the Amboseli bustards)
  • 113. White –bellied Bustard
  • 114. Buff - crested Bustard (Not uncommon in dry bush country)
  • 115. Black - bellied Bustard
  • 116. Hartlaub’s Bustard
  • 117. Spotted stone curlew
  • 118. Water Dikkop
  • 119. African Jacana
  • 120. Ringed plover
  • 121. Little Ringed plover
  • 122. Kittlitz plover
  • 123. Three - banded plover
  • 124. Caspian plover (winter visitor in flocks in flocks. Open plains)
  • 125. Grey plover (Rare winter visitor )
  • 126. Crowned plover
  • 127. Senegal plover (Rare visitor in small numbers. Open plains)
  • 128. Black smith plover
  • 129. Long –toed Lapwing (swamps .walks on floating aquatic vegetation in manner of jacana)
  • 130. Avocet
  • 131. Black –winged stilt
  • 132. Painted snipe
  • 133. Curlew sandpiper
  • 134. Little stint
  • 135. Ruff
  • 136. Common sandpiper
  • 137. Green sandpiper
  • 138. Wood sandpiper
  • 139. Spotted Redshank (winter visitor in small numbers)
  • 140. Marsh sandpiper
  • 141. Green shank
  • 142. Temminck’s courser(often attracted to recently burned grassland)
  • 143. Two - banded courser (open plains)
  • 144. Heuglin’s courser (uncommon. Bushcountry )
  • 145. Pratincole
  • 146. Gull - billed Tern (uncommon visitor)
  • 147. White –winged Black Tern
  • 148. Buttorn Quail
  • 149. Chestnut - bellied sandgrouse
  • 150. Black - faced sandgrouse
  • 151. Yellow –throated sandgrouse in flocks on open grassy plains)
  • 152. Speckled pigeon
  • 153. Red - eyed Dove
  • 154. Mourning Dove
  • 155. Ring –necked Dove
  • 156. Laughing Dove
  • 157. Namaqua Dove
  • 158. Tambourine Dove
  • 159. Emerald –spotted wood Dove
  • 160. Green pigeon
  • 161. Cuckoo
  • 162. Red - chested cuckoo
  • 163. Black cuckoo
  • 164. Great –spotted cuckoo
  • 165. Levaillant’s cuckoo
  • 166. Black and white cuckoo
  • 167. Emerald cuckoo
  • 168. Didric cuckoo
  • 169. Klaa’s cuckoo
  • 170. Blue –headed coucal
  • 171. White –browed coucal
  • 172. White - bellied Go-away –bird
  • 173. Orange –bellied Parrot
  • 174. Brown Parrot
  • 175. European Roller (sometimes abundant on spring migration)
  • 176. Lilac –breasted Roller
  • 177. Rufous –crowned Roller
  • 178. Broad - billed Roller
  • 179. Pied Kingfisher
  • 180. Giant Kingfisher(uncommon)
  • 181. Malachite Kingfisher
  • 182. Pygmy Kingfisher (In scrub and acacia woodland)
  • 183. Grey –headed Kingfisher
  • 184. Striped Kingfisher
  • 185. European Bee-eater
  • 186. Madagascar Bee –eater(visitor)
  • 187. Blue - cheeked Bee-eater (uncommon migrant visitor)
  • 188. White –throated Bee-eater
  • 189. Little Bee –eater
  • 190. Grey Hornbill
  • 191. Red - billed Hornbill
  • 192. Yellow –billed Hornbill
  • 193. Von der Decken’s Hornbill
  • 194. Crowned Hornbill
  • 195. Ground Hornbill
  • 196. European Hoopoe
  • 197. Green wood Hoopoe
  • 198. Scimitar –bill
  • 199. Abyssinian scimitar –bill
  • 200. African marsh owl
  • 201. African scops owl
  • 202. White –faced scops owl
  • 203. Pearl –spotted owlet
  • 204. Spotted Eagle owl
  • 205. Verreaux’s Eagle owl
  • 206. European Nightjar
  • 207. Dusky Nightjar
  • 208. Plain Nightjar
  • 209. Long –tailed Nightjar
  • 210. Speckled mousebird
  • 211. Blue - naped mousebird
  • 212. Brown - throated Barbet
  • 213. Spotted –flanked Barbet
  • 214. Red - fronted Barbet
  • 215. Red - fronted Tinkerbird
  • 216. Red and Yellow Barbet
  • 217. D’Arnaud’s Barbet
  • 218. Greater Honey guide
  • 219. Scaly –throated Honey guide
  • 220. Lesser Honey guide
  • 221. Wahlberg’s Honey guide
  • 222. Nubian woodpecker
  • 223. Cardinal woodpecker
  • 224. Bearded woodpecker
  • 225. Grey woodpecker
  • 226. Nyanza swift
  • 227. Mottled swift
  • 228. Little swift
  • 229. White - rumped swift
  • 230. Horus swift
  • 231. Palm swift
  • 232. Singing Bush Lark
  • 233. Northern white –tailed Lark
  • 234. Flappet Lark
  • 235. Fawn –coloured Lark
  • 236. Pink –breasted Lark (confined to arid bush areas).
  • 237. Fischer’s sparrow Lark
  • 238. Red –capped Lark
  • 239. African pied wagtail
  • 240. Blue - headed and yellow wagtails (Flocks of various races pass through on spring migration)
  • 241. Long - billed pipit
  • 242. Richard’s pipit
  • 242. Yellow –throated longclaw
  • 243. Black –lored Babbler
  • 244. Northern Pied Babbler
  • 245. Rufous chatterer
  • 246. Yellow - vented Bulbul
  • 247. Northern Brownbul
  • 248. European spotted Flycatcher
  • 249. Dusky Flycatcher
  • 250. Grey Flycatcher
  • 251. South African Black Flycatcher
  • 252. Silverbird
  • 253. Chin - spot Flycatcher
  • 254. Black - throated wattle –eye
  • 255. Paradise Flycatcher
  • 256. Olive Thrush
  • 257. Bare –eyed Thrush (occurs in arid bush country)
  • 258. European Rock Thrush
  • 259. European common wheatear
  • 260. Isabelline wheatear
  • 261. Pied wheatear
  • 262. Schalow’s wheatear (Found near Namanga )
  • 263. Capped wheatear
  • 264. Cliff chat (occurs on Oldoinyo orok )
  • 265. Anteater chat
  • 266. European whinchat
  • 267. White - browed Robin chat
  • 268. Robin chat
  • 269. Spotted morning warbler
  • 270. Red - back scrub Robin
  • 271. White –winged scrub Robin
  • 272. White –throated Robin (single record near Ol Tukai; may be overlooked)
  • 273. European Nightingale /(winter visitor in small numbers)
  • 274. Thrush Nightingale/Sprosser(winter visitor ,commoner than nightingale)
  • 275. European white throat
  • 276. Garden warbler
  • 277. Blackcap warbler
  • 278. Barred warbler
  • 279. Great Reed Warbler (Passage migrant in spring)
  • 280. European sedge warbler
  • 281. Greater swamp warbler (Resident in small numbers)
  • 282. European willow warbler
  • 283. Grey wren warbler
  • 284. Black –breasted Apalis
  • 285. Red - faced Apalis (occurs in arid bush areas)
  • 286. Grey - capped warbler
  • 287. Buff - bellied warbler
  • 288. Crombec
  • 289. Red - faced crombec
  • 290. Banded Tit –warbler
  • 291. Yellow –bellied Eremomela
  • 292. Grey –backed camaroptera
  • 293. Pectoral –patch cisticola
  • 294. Rattling cisticola
  • 295. Winding cisticola
  • 296. Tawny –flanked prinia
  • 297. European swallow
  • 298. Angola swallow
  • 299. Wire –tailed swallow
  • 300. Red –rumped swallow
  • 301. Mosque swallow
  • 302. Striped swallow
  • 303. Grey –rumped swallow
  • 304. European sand martin
  • 305. African sand martin
  • 306. Banded martin
  • 307. African Rock martin (occurs near Namanga )
  • 308. Black Rough –wing swallow
  • 309. White –headed Rough –wing swallow
  • 310. Black cuckoo shrike
  • 311. Drongo
  • 312. Straight –crested Helmet shrike
  • 313. White –crowned shrike
  • 314. Northern Brubru
  • 315. Grey - backed Fiscal
  • 316. Lesser Grey shrike (Passage migrant late March/April)
  • 317. Fiscal shrike(Namanga area)
  • 318. Taita Fiscal (Dry bush country)
  • 319. Long –tailed Fiscal
  • 320. Red - backed shrike
  • 321. Red - tailed shrike
  • 322. Slate –coloured Boubou
  • 323. Tropical Boubou (undergrowth in acacia woodland)
  • 324. Black - backed puff-back
  • 325. Black - headed Tchagra
  • 326. Brown –headed Tchagra
  • 327. Sulphur –breasted Bush shrike
  • 328. Grey –headed Bush shrike
  • 329. Rosy –patched shrike
  • 330. Grey Tit
  • 331. White - breasted Tit
  • 332. Red - throated Tit
  • 333. African Penduline Tit
  • 334. European Golden Oriole
  • 335. Black –headed oriole
  • 336. Pied crow
  • 337. White - naped Raven
  • 338. Wattled starling (often perch on zebra in manner of oxpeckers)
  • 339. Violet –backed starling
  • 340. Blue - eared Glossy starling
  • 341. Ruppell’s Long –tailed starling
  • 342. Red - winged starling (Namanga area)
  • 343. Fischer’s starling
  • 344. Hildebrandt’s starling
  • 345. Superb starling
  • 346. Red –billed oxpeckers
  • 347. Yellow white eye
  • 348. Bronzy sunbird (Namanga area)
  • 349. Beautiful sunbird (black –bellied race)
  • 350. Mariqua sunbird
  • 351. Variable sunbird
  • 352. Amethyst sunbird (mainly in Namanga area)
  • 353. Hunter’s sunbird (mainly in dry bush in eastern section)
  • 354. Olive sunbird (occurs around Namanga)
  • 355. Collared sunbird
  • 356. Kenya violet –backed sunbird
  • 357. Buffalo weaver
  • 358. White –headed Buffalo weaver
  • 359. Grey –headed social weaver
  • 360. White –browed sparrow weaver
  • 361. Rufous sparrow
  • 362. Swahili sparrow
  • 363. Parrot –billed sparrow
  • 364. Chestnut sparrow
  • 365. Yellow –spotted Petronia
  • 366. Speckled - fronted weaver
  • 367. Layard’s Black –headed weaver
  • 368. Speke’s weaver
  • 369. Masked weaver
  • 370. Vitelline masked weaver
  • 371. Chestnut weaver
  • 372. Taveta Golden weaver
  • 373. Black –necked weaver
  • 374. Spectacled weaver
  • 375. Holub’s Golden weaver
  • 376. Reichenow’s weaver (Near Namanga)
  • 377. Grosbeak weaver (swamps)
  • 378. Red - headed weaver
  • 379. Red - billed quelea
  • 380. Cardinal quelea
  • 381. Yellow Bishop
  • 382. Yellow –crowned Bishop (spasmodic in appearance; turns up in swampy hollows in years when heavy rains have fallen)
  • 383. Fan –tailed widow –bird
  • 384. White - winged widow –bird
  • 385. Bronze Mannikin
  • 386. Silverbill
  • 387. Grey –headed silver –bill. Frequents dry acacia bush
  • 388. Cut - throat
  • 389. Quail Finch (Frequents marshy spots on open plains)
  • 390. Parasitic weaver (spasmodic in appearance; occurs only in seasons of heavy rains)
  • 391. Green –winged pytilia
  • 392. African Fire Finch (common around Namanga)
  • 393. Jameson’s Fire Finch
  • 394. Red - billed Fire Finch
  • 395. Yellow –bellied waxbill
  • 396. Waxbill
  • 397. Crimson - rumped waxbill
  • 398. Black –cheeked waxbill
  • 399. Red - cheeked cordon -bleu
  • 400. Blue - capped cordon-bleu
  • 401. Purple Grenadier
  • 402. Indigo bird
  • 403. Pin - tailed whydah
  • 405. Steel - blue whydah (Dry bush country near Namanga)
  • 406. Fischer’s straw –tailed whydah
  • 407. Paradise whydah
  • 408. Yellow –fronted canary
  • 409. White –bellied canary
  • 410. Brimstone canary
  • 411. Kenya Grosbeak canary
  • 412. Yellow –rumped seed - eater
  • 413. Streaky seed eater
  • 414. Golden - breasted Bunting
  • 415. Cinnamon –breasted Rock Bunting
The Mount Elgon National Park

MAMMALS OF  THE MOUNT ELGON NATIONAL PARK;

 

  • 1. Golden mole
  • 2. Rousette Fruit Bat
  • 3. Blue monkey
  • 4. Brazza monkey
  • 5. Olive Baboon
  • 6. Black and white colobus
  • 7. African civet
  • 8. Palm civet
  • 9. Large –spotted Genet
  • 10. Spotted Hyaena
  • 11. African wildcat
  • 12. Golden cat
  • 13. Leopard
  • 14. Tree Hyrax
  • 15. Rock Hyrax
  • 16. African Elephant
  • 17. Giant Forest Hog
  • 18. Bush pig
  • 19. Black –fronted Duiker
  • 20. Bush Duiker
  • 21. Suni
  • 22. Bushbuck
  • 23. African Buffalo
  • 24. Porcupine
  • 25. Scaly - tailed Flying squirrel
  • 26. African Dormouse
  • 27. Crested Rat
  • 28. Bush squirrel
  • 29. Mole Rat

 

BIRDS OF MOUNT ELGON NATIONAL PARK(KENYA);

 

  • 1. Hamerkop
  • 2. African Black Duck
  • 3. Lammergeyer
  • 4. Harrier Hawk
  • 5. Bateleur
  • 6. Great sparrow Hawk
  • 7. African Goshawk
  • 8. Rufous –breasted sparrow Hawk
  • 9. Little sparrow Hawk
  • 10. Lizard Buzzard
  • 11. Augur Buzzard
  • 12. Steppe Buzzard
  • 13. Mountain Buzzard
  • 14. Long –crested Eagle
  • 15. Crowned Eagle
  • 16. Ayre's Hawk Eagle
  • 17. Tawny Eagle
  • 18. Verreaux’s Eagle
  • 19. Wahlberg’s Eagle
  • 20. Black kite
  • 21. Honey Buzzard
  • 22. Cuckoo Falcon
  • 23. Lanner
  • 24. Peregrine
  • 25. African Hobby
  • 26. European Hobby
  • 27. Lesser Kestrel
  • 28. Kestrel
  • 29. Mountain Francolin.

 

  • 30. Scaly Francolin
  • 31. Cape quail
  • 32. Black –winged plover
  • 33. Green sandpiper
  • 34. Common sandpiper
  • 35. African snipe
  • 36. Olive pigeon
  • 37. Red - eyed Dove
  • 38. Dusky Turtle Dove
  • 39. Tambourine Dove
  • 40. Blue –spotted wood Dove
  • 41. Green pigeon
  • 42. Red - fronted Parrot
  • 43. Hartlaub’s Turaco
  • 44. Ross’ Turaco
  • 45. Eastern Grey plantain –eater
  • 46. Red - chested cuckoo
  • 47. Klaas’ cuckoo
  • 48. Emerald cuckoo
  • 49. Blue –headed coucal
  • 50. White –browed coucal
  • 51. Spotted Eagle owl
  • 52. Red –chested owlet
  • 53. African wood owl
  • 54. Abyssinian Nightjar
  • 55. Alpine swift
  • 56. Mottled swift
  • 57. African swift
  • 58. Scarce swift
  • 59. Speckled mousebird
  • 60. Narina’s Trogon
  • 61. Bar - tailed Trogon
  • 62. European Bee - eater
  • 63. Cinnamon –chested Bee - eater
  • 64. White –headed wood Hoopoe
  • 65. Crowned Hornbill

 

  • 66. Black and white –casqued Hornbill
  • 67. Double - toothed Barber
  • 68. Grey –throated Barbet
  • 69. Moustached Green Tinkerbird
  • 70. Golden - rumped Tinkerbird
  • 71. Yellow - billed Barbet
  • 72. Scaly –throated Honey guide
  • 73. Greater Honey guide
  • 74. Lesser Honey guide
  • 75. Thick - billed Honey guide
  • 76. Fine - banded woodpecker
  • 77. Cardinal woodpecker
  • 78. Grey woodpecker
  • 79. African sand martin
  • 80. Angola swallow
  • 81. Red - rumped swallow
  • 82. Striped swallow
  • 83. African Rock martin
  • 84. Black Rough wing swallow
  • 85. White - headed Rough wing
  • 86. Swallow
  • 87. Mountain wagtail
  • 88. African Pied wagtail
  • 89. Grey cuckoo shrike
  • 90. Black cuckoo shrike
  • 91. Red - shouldered cuckoo shrike
  • 92. Yellow - vented Bulbul
  • 93. Yellow - whiskerred Greenbul
  • 94. Olive - breasted mountain
  • 95. Greenbul
  • 96. Puff - back shrike
  • 97. Luhder's Bush shrike
  • 98. Tropical Boubou
  • 99. Doherty's Bush shrike
  • 100. Mackinnon's shrike
  • 101. Stonechat
  • 102. Hill chat
  • 103. Equatorial Akalat
  • 104. White - starred Bush Robin
  • 105. Robin chat
  • 106. Blue - shouldered Robin chat
  • 107. Snowy - headed Robin chat
  • 108. Olive Thrush
  • 109. Abyssinian Hill Babbler
  • 110. Cinnamon Bracken warbler
  • 111. Mountain Yellow Flycatcher
  • 112. Blackcap warbler
  • 113. Willow warbler
  • 114. Chiff chaff
  • 115. Brown woodland warbler
  • 116. Hunter's cisticola
  • 117. Chubb's cisticola
  • 118. White - chinned prinia
  • 119. Banded prinia
  • 120. Black - collared Apalis
  • 121. Black - throated Apalis
  • 122. Chestnut - throated Apalis
  • 123. Grey - capped warbler
  • 124. Grey - backed camaroptera
  • 125. Spotted Flycatcher
  • 126. Dusky Flycatcher
  • 127. White - eyed slaty Flycatcher
  • 128. Black Flycatcher
  • 129. Blue Flycatcher
  • 130. Paradise Flycatcher
  • 131. White - breasted Tit
  • 132. Spotted creeper
  • 133. Olive sunbird
  • 134. Green - headed sunbird
  • 135. Scarlet - chested sunbird
  • 136. Variable sunbird
  • 137. Eastern Double - collared sunbird
  • 138. Northern Double - collared sunbird
  • 139. Malachite sunbird
  • 140. Bronzy sunbird
  • 141. Golden - winged sunbird
  • 142. Collared sunbird
  • 143. Yellow white - eye
  • 144. Brimstone canary
  • 145. African citril
  • 146. Streaky seed - eater
  • 147. Thick - billed seed - eater
  • 148. Oriole Finch
  • 149. Abyssinian crimsonwing
  • 150. Pied crow
  • 151. Grey - headed Negro-Finch
  • 152. White - necked Raven
  • 153. Red - headed Bluebill
  • 154. Yellow - bellied waxbill
  • 155. Black - headed waxbill
  • 156. Common waxbill
  • 157. Cape Rook
  • 158. Black and white Mannikin
  • 159. Bronze Mannikin
  • 160. Grosbeak weaver
  • 161. Reichenow's weaver
  • 162. Black - headed weaver
  • 163. Dark - backed weaver
  • 164. Spectacled weaver
  • 165. Black - billed weaver
  • 166. Brown - capped weaver
  • 167. Red - headed malimbe
  • 168. Yellow Bishop
  • 169. Grey - headed sparrow
  • 170. Stuhlmann's starling
  • 171. Waller's chestnut - wing starling
  • 172. Red - wing starling
  • 173. Slender - billed chestnut wing starling
  • 174. Splendid Glossy starling
  • 175. Blue - eared Glossy starling
  • 176. Violet - backed starling
  • 177. Sharpe's starling
  • 178. Drongo
  • 179. African Golden Oriole
  • 180. Black - headed Oriole
Mount Kenya National Park

MAMMALS OF MOUNT KENYA NATIONAL PARK

  • 1. Mole shrew
  • 2. Banana Bat or African pipistrelle
  • 3. Syke's monkey
  • 4. Olive Baboon
  • 5. Black and white colobus
  • 6. Black - backed or Silver - backed Jackal
  • 7. Side - striped Jackal
  • 8. Clawless otter (In steams in forest)
  • 9. African civet
  • 10. Bush or large - spotted Genet
  • 11. Slender or Black - tipped mongoose
  • 12. Spotted Hyaena
  • 13. African wildcat
  • 14. Serval
  • 15. Lion
  • 16. Leopard
  • 17. Tree Hyrax
  • 18. Rock Hyrax
  • 19. African Elephant (In forest)
  • 20. Burchell's or Common zebra
  • 21. Giant Forest Hog
  • 22. Bush pig
  • 23. Harvey Red Duiker (In forest)
  • 24. Black - fronted Duiker (In bamboo zone and on moorlands)
  • 25. Bush Duiker
  • 26. Klipspringer
  • 27. Suni
  • 28. Chanler's Reedbuck
  • 29. Bongo
  • 30. Bushbuck
  • 31. African Buffalo(In forest)
  • 32. African Hare
  • 33. Porcupine
  • 34. African Dormouse
  • 35. Crested Rat
  • 36. Mt.Kenya Mole Rat

 

BIRDS OF MOUNT KENYA NATIONAL PARK (KENYA)

  • 1. Hamerkop
  • 2. White stork
  • 3. Green Ibis
  • 4. African Black Duck
  • 5. Secretary Bird
  • 6. Ruppell's vulture
  • 7. Peregrine
  • 8. Lanner
  • 9. European Kestrel
  • 10. Lesser Kestrel
  • 11. Cuckoo Falcon
  • 12. European Black kite
  • 13. African Black kite(Probably migrants. Occur spasmodically on moorlands and above forest)
  • 14. Verreaux's Eagle
  • 15. Ayres' Hawk Eagle (In forest)
  • 16. Crowned Hawk Eagle (In forest)
  • 17. Long - crested Eagle
  • 18. Lammergeyer (seen from time to time and may nest)
  • 19. Steppe Buzzard
  • 20. Eastern steppe Buzzard (Rare)
  • 21. Mountain Buzzard
  • 22. Augur Buzzard
  • 23. Rufous - breasted sparrow Hawk (occurs in forest and bamboo zone)
  • 24. Great sparrow Hawk
  • 25. African Goshawk
  • 26. Montagu's Harrier
  • 27. Pallid Harrier
  • 28. European marsh Harrier
  • 29. Montane Francolin (on moorlands )
  • 30. Scaly Francolin
  • 31. Jackson's Francolin
  • 32. Cape Quail
  • 33. Black - winged plover
  • 34. European common snipe
  • 35. Great snipe (mainly on spring migration)
  • 36. African snipe
  • 37. Jack snipe (Rare winter visitor and passage migrant)
  • 38. Green sandpiper
  • 39. Green shank
  • 40. Olive pigeon(Forest species)
  • 41. Bronze - naped pigeon
  • 42. Pink - breasted Dove
  • 43. Red - eyed Dove
  • 44. Lemon Dove
  • 45. Green pigeon
  • 46. Red - chested cuckoo
  • 47. Emerald Cuckoo
  • 48. Klaas' cuckoo
  • 49. Hartlaub's Turaco(In forest)
  • 50. Red - headed parrot (In forest)
  • 51. Giant Kingfisher (on forest streams)
  • 52. Grey - headed kingfisher (on forest streams)
  • 53. Cinnamon - chested Bee - eater (In forest)
  • 54. Silvery - cheeked Hornbill(In forest)
  • 55. Crowned Hornbill
  • 56. White - headed wood Hoopoe
  • 57. Cape Grass owl (In marshy hollows on moorlands)
  • 58. Abyssinian Long - eared owl (occurs rarely in both upper forest and bamboo zone, and in thickets on moorlands)
  • 59. African marsh owl (moorlands)
  • 60. African wood owl (In forest)
  • 61. Mackinder’s Eagle owl (occurs along cliffs on moorlands: several pairs live in Teleki valley)
  • 62. Abyssinian Nightjar
  • 63. Golden –rumped Tinkerbird
  • 64. Fine –banded woodpecker
  • 65. Nyanza swift
  • 66. Scarce swift (Probably nests in crags on alpine moorlands)
  • 67. Alpine swift
  • 68. Mottled swift
  • 69. Mountain wagtail (occurs on streams)
  • 70. European Grey wagtail
  • 71. Well’s wagtail (At waterholes)
  • 72. Red – throated pipit
  • 73. Abyssinian Hill Babbler
  • 74. Yellow – vented Bulbul
  • 75. Olive – breasted Mountain Greenbul
  • 76. Yellow – whiskered Greenbul
  • 77. Yellow – whiskered Greenbul
  • 78. Dusky Flycatcher
  • 79. White – eyed slaty Flycatcher
  • 80. Mountain Yellow Flycatcher
  • 81. Black - throated wattle – eye
  • 82. Paradise Flycatcher
  • 83. Olive Thrush
  • 84. Orange Ground Thrush (occurs mainly on eastern side of mountain)
  • 85. Abyssinian Ground Thrush
  • 86. European Rock Thrush (uncommon migrant)
  • 87. Little Rock Thrush
  • 88. European common wheatear
  • 89. Capped wheatear
  • 90. Hill or Mountain chat
  • 91. Stone chat
  • 92. Ruppell’s Robin chat
  • 93. Robin chat
  • 94. White - starred Bush Robin (common in bamboo zone)
  • 95. Blackcap warbler
  • 96. Cinnamon Bracken warbler
  • 97. European willow warbler
  • 98. Brown woodland warbler
  • 99. Grey Apalis
  • 100. Black – throated Apalis
  • 101. Chestnut – throated Apalis
  • 102. Hunter’s cisticola
  • 103. European swallow (uncommon on migration)
  • 104. African Sand martin
  • 105. African Rock martin
  • 106. Black Rough –wing swallow
  • 107. White - headed Rough – wing swallow
  • 108. Tropical Boubou (sometimes reaches upper levels of forest)
  • 109. White - breasted Tit
  • 110. Black - winged Montane oriole
  • 111. White - naped Raven
  • 112. Sharpe’s starling
  • 113. Slender – billed chestnut - wing - starling
  • 114. Kenrick’s starling
  • 115. Kikuyu white - eye
  • 116. Malachite sunbird
  • 117. Scarlet - tufted malachite sunbird
  • 118. Tacazze sunbird
  • 119. Golden – winged sunbird
  • 120. Eastern Double – collared sunbird
  • 121. Reichenow’s weaver
  • 122. Spectacled weaver
  • 123. Brown – capped weaver
  • 124. Grey – headed Negro Finch
  • 125. Abyssinian crimson - wing (common in bamboo zone)
  • 126. Yellow – bellied waxbill
  • 127. Black - headed waxbill
  • 128. Yellow – crowned canary
  • 129. Streaky seed - eater
  • 130. Thick – billed seed – eater
  • 131. Oriole Finch
Meru National Park

MAMMALS OF MERU NATIONAL PARK:

  • 1. Spectacled Elephant shrew
  • 2. East African Hedgehog
  • 3. Giant white - toothed shrew
  • 4. Rousette Fruit Bat
  • 5. Epauletted Fruit Bat
  • 6. Pale – bellied Fruit Bat
  • 7. White - bellied Tomb Bat
  • 8. Hollow –faced Bat
  • 9. False vampire Bat
  • 10. Yellow – winged Bat (Hangs in acacia thickets during day)
  • 11. Lander’s Horseshoe Bat
  • 12. Lesser Leaf – nosed Bat
  • 13. Banana Bat or African pipistrelle
  • 14. Yellow – bellied Bat
  • 15. Angola Free – tailed Bat
  • 16. White – bellied Free - tailed Bat
  • 17. Flat – headed Free - tailed Bat
  • 18. Greater Galago
  • 19. Bush Baby
  • 20. Black – faced vervet
  • 21. Blue/Sykes’ monkey
  • 22. Patas monkey
  • 23. Olive Baboon
  • 24. Lesser Ground Pangolin (Rare)
  • 25. Black – backed or Silver –backed Jackal
  • 26. Side – striped Jackal
  • 27. Zorilla
  • 28. Ratel or Honey Badger
  • 29. Clawless otter
  • 30. African civet
  • 31. Neumman’s or Small - spotted Genet
  • 32. Bush or Large – spotted Genet
  • 33. Marsh mongoose
  • 34. Dwarf mongoose
  • 35. Large Grey mongoose
  • 36. Banded mongoose
  • 37. Aardwolf
  • 38. Spotted Hyaena
  • 39. Striped Hyaena
  • 40. Cheetah
  • 41. Caracal
  • 42. African wildcat
  • 43. Serval
  • 44. Lion
  • 45. Leopard
  • 46. Ant Bear
  • 47. Tree Hyrax
  • 48. Rock Hyrax
  • 49. African Elephant
  • 50. Grevy’s zebra
  • 51. Burchell’s or Common zebra
  • 52. Hippopotamus
  • 53. Warthog
  • 54. Bush Pig
  • 55. Reticulated Giraffe
  • 56. Coke’s Hartebeest or Kongoni
  • 57. Blue Duiker
  • 58. Bush Duiker
  • 59. Suni
  • 60. Oribi
  • 61. Steinbok
  • 62. Kirk’s Dik – Dik
  • 63. Common waterbuck
  • 64. Bohor Reedbuck
  • 65. Impala
  • 66. Grant’s Gazelle
  • 67. Gerenuk
  • 68. Beisa oryx
  • 69. Bushbuck
  • 70. Lesser Kudu
  • 71. Eland
  • 72. African Buffalo
  • 73. African Hare
  • 74. Cane Rat
  • 75. Porcupine
  • 76. Striped Ground squirrel
  • 77. Unstriped Ground squirrel
  • 78. Bush squirrel
  • 79. East African Red squirrel(Riverine woodland along Tana River)
  • 80. Spring Hare
  • 81. African Dormouse
  • 82. Giant Rat
  • 83. Naked Mole Rat

 

BIRDS OF MERU NATIONAL PARK(KENYA);

  • 1. Somali ostrich
  • 2. Little Grebe
  • 3. Long - tailed cormorant
  • 4. African Darter
  • 5. Black – headed Heron
  • 6. Buff - backed Heron /Cattle Egret
  • 7. Great white Egret (swamp - Meru Mulika Lodge)
  • 8. Green – backed Heron (Along rivers)
  • 9. Hamerkop
  • 10. White stork (spasmodic visitor)
  • 11. Marabou stork
  • 12. Saddle bill stork (swamp - Meru Mulika Lodge)
  • 13. Wood Ibis or Yellow – billed stork
  • 14. Sacred Ibis (uncommon)
  • 15. Hadad Ibis
  • 16. African Black Duck
  • 17. Egyptian Goose
  • 18. Secretary Bird
  • 19. Ruppell’s vulture
  • 20. White - backed vulture
  • 21. Nubian or Lappet – faced vulture
  • 22. White - headed vulture
  • 23. Egyptian vulture
  • 24. Hooded vulture
  • 25. Lanner
  • 26. Red - necked Falcon (Associated with palms)
  • 27. European Kestrel
  • 28. Lesser Kestrel
  • 29. Pygmy Falcon
  • 30. European Black Kite
  • 31. African Black Kite
  • 32. Black – shouldered Kite
  • 33. Steppe Eagle
  • 34. Tawny Eagle
  • 35. Wahlberg’s Eagle
  • 36. African Hawk Eagle
  • 37. Martial Eagle
  • 38. Long - crested Eagle
  • 39. Lizard Buzzard
  • 40. Brown Harrier Eagle
  • 41. Black – chested Harrier Eagle
  • 42. Grasshopper Buzzard
  • 43. Bateleur
  • 44. Augur Buzzard
  • 45. African Fish Eagle
  • 46. Palm – nut vulture
  • 47. Steppe Buzzard (uncommon winter visitor)
  • 48. Little sparrow Hawk
  • 49. Shikra
  • 50. Gabar Goshawk
  • 51. Pale chanting Goshawk
  • 52. Montagus’s Harrier
  • 53. Pallid Harrier
  • 54. European Marsh Harrier
  • 55. Harrier Hawk
  • 56. Crested Francolin
  • 57. Yellow - necked spurfowl
  • 58. Harlequin Quail
  • 59. Helmeted Guinea – fowl
  • 60. Kenya crested Guinea – fowl
  • 61. Vulturine Guinea – fowl
  • 62. Kaffir Rail
  • 63. Black crake
  • 64. African Finfoot (on thickly wooded rivers and streams)
  • 65. Crowned crane
  • 66. Kori Bustard
  • 67. White – bellied Bustard
  • 68. Buff – crested Bustard
  • 69. Spotted stone curlew
  • 70. Water Dikkop
  • 71. African Jacana
  • 72. Little – Ringed plover
  • 73. Kittlitz’s plover
  • 74. Three - banded plover’
  • 75. Caspian plover
  • 76. Crowned plover
  • 77. Senegal plover
  • 78. Black head plover
  • 79. Painted snipe (Rare)
  • 80. Ruff
  • 81. Common sandpiper
  • 82. Green sandpiper
  • 83. Wood sandpiper
  • 84. Temminck’s courser(uncommon visitor)
  • 85. Two -  banded courser
  • 86. Heuglin’s courser (Largely nocturnal; rests in thickbush during the day)
  • 87. Button Quail
  • 88. Chestnut – bellied sandgrouse
  • 89. Black - faced sandgrouse
  • 90. Lichtenstein’s sandgrouse
  • 91. Speckled pigeon
  • 92. Red - eyed Dove
  • 93. Mourning Dove
  • 94. Laughing Dove
  • 95. Namaqua Dove
  • 96. Emerald – spotted wood Dove
  • 97. Green pigeon
  • 98. European cuckoo (occurs mainly on spring migration)
  • 99. African cuckoo
  • 100. Red - chested cuckoo
  • 101. Black cuckoo
  • 102. Great spotted cuckoo
  • 103. Black and White cuckoo
  • 104. Didric cuckoo
  • 105. Klaas’ cuckoo
  • 106. White – browed coucal
  • 107. White - bellied Go-away –bird
  • 108. Orange – bellied Parrot
  • 109. Brown parrot
  • 110. European Roller
  • 111. Lilac – breasted Roller
  • 112. Rufous – crowned Roller
  • 113. Broad – billed Roller
  • 114. Pied Kingfisher
  • 115. Giant Kingfisher (Rare)
  • 116. Malachite Kingfisher
  • 117. Pygmy Kingfisher
  • 118. Brown – hooded Kingfisher (occurs mainly in riverine woodland)
  • 119. Grey – headed kingfisher
  • 120. Striped kingfisher
  • 121. European Bee - eater
  • 122. Madagascar Bee - eater
  • 123. Blue – cheeked Bee - eater (uncommon spring migrant)
  • 124. White – throated Bee - eater
  • 125. Little Bee – eater
  • 126. Somali Bee - eater
  • 127. Grey Hornbill
  • 128. Red - billed Hornbill
  • 129. Yellow – billed Hornbill
  • 130. Von der Decken’s Hornbill
  • 131. Crowned Hornbill
  • 132. European Hoopoe(uncommon spring migrant )
  • 133. African Hoopoe
  • 134. Green wood Hoopoe
  • 135. Violet wood Hoopoe(Found mainly on the Tana River)
  • 136. Scimitar bill
  • 137. Abyssinian scimitar –bill
  • 138. African marsh owl
  • 139. African scops owl
  • 140. White –faced scops owl
  • 141. Pearl – spotted owlet
  • 142. Barred owlet
  • 143. Verreaux’s Eagle owl
  • 144. Pel’s Fishing owl (occurs along the Tana and Rojerwen Rivers)
  • 145. European Nightjar
  • 146. Dusky Nightjar
  • 147. Donaldson – Smith’s Nightjar
  • 148. Nubian Nightjar
  • 149. Plain Nightjar
  • 150. Long – tailed Nightjar
  • 151. Speckled mousebird
  • 152. Blue – naped mousebird
  • 153. Narina’s Trogon
  • 154. Brown – throated Barbet
  • 155. Spotted – flanked Barbet
  • 156. Red - fronted Tinkerbird
  • 157. Red and Yellow Barbet
  • 158. D’Arnand’s Barbet
  • 159. Greater Honeyguide
  • 160. Scaly – throated Honeyguide
  • 161. Lesser Honeyguide
  • 162. Wahlberg’s Honeyguide
  • 163. Nubian woodpecker
  • 164. Cardinal woodpecker
  • 165. Brown - backed woodpecker (The rarest of the Meru park woodpeckers)
  • 166. Bearded woodpecker
  • 167. Nyanza swift
  • 168. Mottled swift
  • 169. Little swift
  • 170. White – rumped swift
  • 171. Palm swift
  • 172. Singing Bush Lark
  • 173. Northern white – tailed Lark
  • 174. Redwing Bush Lark
  • 175. Flappet Lark
  • 176. Fawn – coloured Lark
  • 177. Pink – breasted Lark
  • 178. Chestnut – backed sparrow Lark
  • 179. Chestnut – headed sparrow Lark
  • 180. Fischer’s sparrow Lark
  • 181. Red - capped Lark
  • 182. African pied wagtail
  • 183. Blue - headed wagtail(various races occur on spring migration)
  • 184. Richard’s pipit
  • 185. Yellow – throated Longclaw
  • 186. Scaly Babbler (occurs along Tana River, rare)
  • 187. Northern pied Babbler
  • 188. Rufous chatterer
  • 189. Yellow – vented Bulbul
  • 190. Northern Brownbul
  • 191. European spotted Flycatcher
  • 192. Dusky Flycatcher
  • 193. Ashy Flycatcher
  • 194. Grey Flycatcher
  • 195. South African Black Flycatcher
  • 196. Chin - spot Flycatcher
  • 197. Pygmy puff – back Flycatcher
  • 198. Black - throated wattle – eye
  • 199. Paradise Flycatcher
  • 200. Bare - eyed Thrush
  • 201. European Rock Thrush
  • 202. European common wheatear
  • 203. Isabelline wheatear
  • 204. Pied wheatear
  • 205. Capped wheatear
  • 206. White – browed Robin chat
  • 207. Red - capped Robin chat
  • 208. Stone chat
  • 209. Morning warbler (Associated with stands of palms)
  • 210. Spotted morning warbler
  • 211. Red - backed scrub Robin
  • 212. European Nightingale
  • 213. Thrush Nightingale or Sprosser
  • 214. Garden warbler
  • 215. Blackcap warbler
  • 216. Barred warbler
  • 217. Olive – tree warbler
  • 218. Great Reed warbler (uncommon passage migrant in spring)
  • 219. European marsh warbler (spring passage migant)
  • 220. European sedge warbler
  • 221. European willow warbler
  • 222. Grey wren warbler
  • 223. Black - breasted Apalis
  • 224. Red - faced Apalis
  • 225. Grey – capped warbler (occurs in riverine thickets)
  • 226. Buff - belllied warbler
  • 227. Crombec
  • 228. Banded Tit – warbler
  • 229. Yellow –bellied Eremomela
  • 230. Grey – backed camaroptera
  • 231. Rattling cisticola
  • 232. Winding cisticola
  • 233. Tiny cisticola
  • 234. Ashy cisticola
  • 235. European swallow
  • 236. Angola swallow
  • 237. Wire – tailed swallow
  • 238. Red – rumped swallow
  • 239. Striped swallow
  • 240. European sand martin
  • 241. African sand martin
  • 242. Banded martin
  • 243. Black cuckoo shrike
  • 244. Drongo
  • 245. Straight – crested Helmet shrike
  • 246. Chestnut – fronted shrike
  • 247. White – crowned shrike
  • 248. Northern Brubru
  • 249. Lesser Grey shrike (spring passage migrant)
  • 250. Fiscal shrike
  • 251. Taita Fiscal
  • 252. Long – tailed Fiscal
  • 253. Red – backed shrike
  • 254. Red - tailed shrike
  • 255. Slate - coloured Boubou
  • 256. Tropical Boubou
  • 257. Black – backed Puff – back
  • 258. Puff - back shrike
  • 259. Black – headed Tchagra
  • 260. Brown - headed Tchagra
  • 261. Three – streaked Tchagra
  • 262. Sulphur – breasted Bush shrike
  • 263. Grey – headed Bush shrike
  • 264. Rosy - patched shrike
  • 265. Grey Tit
  • 266. Mouse - coloured Penduline Tit
  • 267. European Golden Oriole
  • 268. Black – headed Oriole
  • 269. White - naped Raven
  • 270. Fun - tailed Raven
  • 271. Wattled starling
  • 272. Violet – backed starling
  • 273. Blue - eared Glossy starling
  • 274. Ruppell’s Long –tailed starling
  • 275. Golden - breasted starling
  • 276. Fischer’s starling
  • 277. Hildebrandt’s starling
  • 278. Superb starling
  • 279. Red - billed oxpecker
  • 280. Yellow white - eye
  • 281. Smaller Black – bellied sunbird
  • 282. Mariqua sunbird
  • 283. Variable sunbird
  • 284. Hunter’s sunbird
  • 285. Collared sunbird
  • 286. Kenya violet – backed sunbird
  • 287. Buffalo weaver
  • 288. White – headed Buffalo weaver
  • 289. White – browed sparrow weaver
  • 290. Grey - headed social weaver
  • 291. Black – capped social weaver
  • 292. Rufous sparrow
  • 293. Parrot – billed sparrow
  • 294. Chestnut sparrow
  • 295. Yellow – spotted Petronia
  • 296. Speckle – fronted weaver
  • 297. Layard’s Black – headed weaver
  • 298. Masked weaver
  • 299. Vitelline masked weaver
  • 300. Chestnut weaver
  • 301. Black – necked weaver
  • 302. Spectacled weaver
  • 303. Golden weaver
  • 304. Grosbeak weaver
  • 305. Red - headed weaver
  • 306. Red - billed Quelea
  • 307. Cardinal Quelea
  • 308. Red Bishop
  • 309. Yellow Bishop.
  • 310. White - winged widow – bird
  • 311. Bronze Mannikin
  • 312. Grey - headed silverbill
  • 313. Cut throat
  • 314. Green – winged pytilia
  • 315. African Fire Finch
  • 316. Jameson's Fire Finch
  • 317. Red - billed Fire Finch
  • 318. Waxbill
  • 319. Red – cheeked cordon – bleu
  • 320. Purple Grenadier
  • 321. Indigo – bird
  • 322. Pin – tailed whydah
  • 323. Steel - blue whydah
  • 324. Fischer’s straw – tailed whydah
  • 325. Paradise whydah
  • 326. Yellow - fronted canary
  • 327. Yellow - rumped seed - eater
  • 328. Somali Golden - breasted Rock Bunting
  • 329. Cinnamon – breasted Rock Bunting
  • 330. Pied crow
Nairobi National Park

MAMMALS OF NAIROBI NATIONAL PARK

  • 1. Short – snouted Elephant shrew
  • 2. East African Hedgehog
  • 3. Giant white – toothed shrew
  • 4. Rousette Fruit Bat
  • 5. Epauletted Fruit Bat
  • 6. White - bellied Tomb Bat
  • 7. Hollow – faced Bat
  • 8. False vampire Bat
  • 9. Yellow – winged Bat
  • 10. Lander’s Horseshoe Bat
  • 11. Banana Bat or African pipistrelle
  • 12. Yellow – bellied Bat
  • 13. Angola Free - tailed Bat
  • 14. White – bellied Free - tailed Bat
  • 15. Greater Galago
  • 16. Bush Baby
  • 17. Black - faced  vervet monkey
  • 18. Sykes’ monkey
  • 19. Olive Baboon
  • 20. Black and white colobus (occurs in adjacent Ngong Hills forest)
  • 21. Hunting Dog
  • 22. Black - backed or Silver backed Jackal
  • 23. Side - striped Jackal
  • 24. Bat - eared Fox
  • 25. Zorilla
  • 26. Ratel or Honey Badger
  • 27. Clawless otter (Recorded at Hippo pool at dusk)
  • 28. African civet
  • 29. Neumann’s or Small - spotted Genet
  • 30. Bush or Large – spotted Genet
  • 31. African Palm civet
  • 32. Marsh Mongoose
  • 33. Dwarf Mongoose
  • 34. Slender or Black – tipped mongoose
  • 35. White - tailed mongoose
  • 36. Aardwolf (Rare)
  • 37. Spotted Hyaena
  • 38. Striped Hyaena (Rare)
  • 39. Cheetah
  • 40. Caracal
  • 41. African wildcat
  • 42. Serval
  • 43. Lion
  • 44. Leopard
  • 45. Ant Bear
  • 46. Tree Hyrax
  • 47. Rock Hyrax
  • 48. Burchell’s or Common zebra
  • 49. Hippopotamus
  • 50. Warthog
  • 51. Masai Giraffe
  • 52. Coke’s Hartebeest or Kongoni
  • 53. White - bearded Gnu or Wilderbeest
  • 54. Bush Duiker
  • 55. Klipspringer
  • 56. Suni
  • 57. Steinbok
  • 58. Kirk’s Dik – dik
  • 59. Common waterbuck
  • 60. Defassa waterbuck
  • 61. Bohor Reedbuck
  • 62. Chanler’s Reedbuck(A small herd exists in the Sosian Gorge)
  • 63. Impala
  • 64. Thomson’s Gazelle
  • 65. Grant’s Gazelle
  • 66. Bushbuck
  • 67. Eland
  • 68. African Buffalo (Introduced animals)
  • 69. African Hare
  • 70. Cane Rat
  • 71. Porcupine
  • 72. Striped Ground squirrel
  • 73. Bush squirrel
  • 74. Spring Hare
  • 75. African Dormouse
  • 76. Giant Rat
  • 77. Kenya mole Rat

 

BIRDS OF NAIROBI NATIONAL PARK( KENYA);

  • 1. Masai ostrich
  • 2. Little Grebe
  • 3. White - necked cormorant
  • 4. Long - tailed cormorant
  • 5. White Pelican
  • 6. Pink – backed Pelican (Pelicans are visitors in small numbers)
  • 7. Grey Heron
  • 8. Black – headed Heron (common)
  • 9. Goliath Heron (uncommon)
  • 10. Purple Heron (uncommon)
  • 11. Great white Egret (uncommon)
  • 12. Yellow - billed Egret
  • 13. Little Egret
  • 14. Buff - backed Heron or Cattle Egret
  • 15. Squacco Heron
  • 16. Green – backed Heron (occurs along Athi River)
  • 17. Night Heron (may be heard flying over at dusk, but rarely seen in park)
  • 18. Dwarf Bittern (A nocturnal species which is rarely seen)
  • 19. Hamerkop
  • 20. White Stork (spasmodic visitor. Sometimes in large flocks)
  • 21. European Black Stork
  • 22. Abdim’s Stork (spasmodic visitor)
  • 23. Open – Bill Stork (uncommon)
  • 24. Saddle - Bill Stork
  • 25. Marabou Stork
  • 26. Wood Ibis or Yellow - Billed Stork
  • 27. Sacred Ibis
  • 28. Hadada Ibis
  • 29. African Spoonbill
  • 30. Greater Flamingo
  • 31. Lesser Flamingo
  • 32. White - Backed Duck
  • 33. African Pochard
  • 34. European Shoveler
  • 35. Yellow - Billed Duck
  • 36. African Black Duck (A few residents on Athi River)
  • 37. Garganey Teal
  • 38. Hattentot Teal
  • 39. Red - Billed Duck
  • 40. European Pintail
  • 41. Fulvous Tree Duck
  • 42. Knob - Billed Duck
  • 43. Egyptian Goose
  • 44. Spur - Winged Goose (uncommon visitor)
  • 45. Secretary Bird
  • 46. Ruppells Vulture
  • 47. White - Backed Vulture
  • 48. Nubian or Lappet - Faced Vulture
  • 49. White - Headed Vulture
  • 50. Egyptian Vulture
  • 51. Hooded Vulture
  • 52. Peregrine (Rare visitor)
  • 53. Lanner
  • 54. European Hobby (mainly passage migrant in late April)
  • 55. European Kestrel
  • 56. Greater or White – Eyed Kestrel (uncommon resident. Plains)
  • 57. Lesser Kestrel
  • 58. Cuckoo Falcon (resident small numbers, forest area)
  • 59. European Black Kite
  • 60. African Black Kite
  • 61. Black - Shouldered Kite
  • 62. Honey Buzzard (uncommon winter visitor and migrant)
  • 63. Steppe Eagle
  • 64. Tawny Eagle
  • 65. Wahlberg’s Eagle (uncommon visitor)
  • 66. Ayres Hawk Eagle
  • 67. Martial Eagle
  • 68. Crowned Hawk Eagle
  • 69. Long - Crested Eagle
  • 70. Lizard Buzzard
  • 71. Brown Harrier Eagle (uncommon visitor)
  • 72. Black - Chested Harrier Eagle
  • 73. Bateleur
  • 74. African Fish Eagle (sometimes seen at Athi River)
  • 75. Lammergeyer (Rare visitor)
  • 76. Steppe Buzzard
  • 77. Augur Buzzard
  • 78. Little Sparrow Hawk (uncommon. Resident in forest)
  • 79. Great Sparrow Hawk (uncommon resident, forest)
  • 80. African Goshawk
  • 81. Gabar Goshawk
  • 82. Pale Chanting Goshawk
  • 83. Montagu's Harrier
  • 84. Pallid Harrier
  • 85. European Marsh Harrier
  • 86. African Marsh Harrier
  • 87. Harrier Hawk
  • 88. Osprey (Rare visitor)
  • 89. Shelley’s (Grey wing) Francolin
  • 90. Scaly Francolin (occurs in forest)
  • 91. Yellow - Necked Spurfowl
  • 92. Cape Quail
  • 93. Harlequin Quail
  • 94. Helmeted Guinea - Fowl
  • 95. European Corn Crake
  • 96. African Crake (Rarely seen)
  • 97. Black Crake (common on dams and along Athi River)
  • 98. Striped Crake (probably occurs on dams as species recorded several times in Nairobi)
  • 99. Purple Gallinule
  • 100. Moorhen
  • 101. Lesser Moorhen (Rare)
  • 102. Red – Knobbed Coot (uncommon visitor)
  • 103. African Finfoot (Rare resident , Athi River)
  • 104. Crowned Crane
  • 105. Kori Bustard
  • 106. White - Bellied Bustard
  • 107. Hartlaub’s Bustard
  • 108. Spotted Stone Curlew
  • 109. African Jacana
  • 110. Ringed Plover
  • 111. Little Ringed Plover
  • 112. Kittlitz's Plover
  • 113. Three - Banded Plover
  • 114. Caspian Plover (winter visitor in small flocks. Frequents short - grassed open plains)
  • 115. Crowned Plover
  • 116. Black - Winged Plover
  • 117. Blacksmith Plover
  • 118. Avocet (uncommon visitor)
  • 119. Black –Winged Stilt
  • 120. Painted Snipe
  • 121. European Common Snipe
  • 122. Great Snipe (uncommon spring migrant)
  • 123. African Snipe
  • 124. Curlew Sandpiper
  • 125. Little Stint
  • 126. Ruff
  • 127. Common Sandpiper
  • 128. Green Sandpiper
  • 129. Wood Sandpiper
  • 130. Spotted Redshank (uncommon winter visitor)
  • 131. Marsh Sandpiper
  • 132. Greenshank
  • 133. Temminck’s Courser
  • 134. Pratincole (uncommon visitor)
  • 135. Button Quail (spasmodic visitor)
  • 136. Black - Faced Sandgrouse
  • 137. Yellow - Throated Sandgrouse
  • 138. Speckled Pigeon
  • 139. Olive Pigeon
  • 140. Pink - Breasted Dove
  • 141. Red - Eyed Dove
  • 142. Ring - Necked Dove
  • 143. Laughing Dove
  • 144. Namaqua Dove
  • 145. Tambourine Dove
  • 146. Emerald – Spotted Wood Dove
  • 147. Green Pigeon
  • 148. European Cuckoo (mainly spring migrant)
  • 149. African Cuckoo
  • 150. Red – Chested Cuckoo
  • 151. Black Cuckoo
  • 152. Great - Spotted Cuckoo
  • 153. Black and White Cuckoo
  • 154. Emerald Cuckoo
  • 155. Didric Cuckoo
  • 156. Klaa’s Cuckoo (mainly in forest area)
  • 157. White - Browed Coucal
  • 158. Hartlaub’s Turaco
  • 159. White - Bellied Go - Away - Bird
  • 160. European Roller
  • 161. Lilac - Breasted Roller
  • 162. Rufous - Crowned Roller
  • 163. Broad - Billed Roller
  • 164. Pied Kingfisher
  • 165. Giant Kingfisher (occurs along Athi River)
  • 166. Malachite Kingfisher
  • 177. Pygmy Kingfisher
  • 178. Grey - Headed Kingfisher
  • 179. Striped Kingfisher
  • 180. European Bee - Eater
  • 181. White - Throated Bee - Eater
  • 182. Little Bee - Eater
  • 183. Cinnamon - Chested Bee - Eater (occurs in forest)
  • 184. White - Fronted Bee - Eater
  • 185. Silvery - Cheeked Hornbill
  • 186. Grey Hornbill
  • 187. Red - Billed Hornbill
  • 188. Von der Decken’s Hornbill
  • 189. Crowned Hornbill (mainly in forest area)
  • 190. Ground Hornbill (uncommon)
  • 191. European Hoopoe
  • 192. African Hoopoe (uncommon. Acacia country )
  • 193. Green Wood Hoopoe
  • 194. White - Headed Wood Hoopoe
  • 195. Abyssinian Scimitar - bill
  • 196. African Barn Owl (uncommon resident)
  • 197. African Marsh Owl
  • 198. African Wood Owl (occurs in forest area)
  • 199. Pearl - Spotted Owlet
  • 200. Spotted Eagle Owl
  • 201. Verreaux’s Eagle Owl
  • 202. European Nightjar
  • 203. Dusky Nightjar
  • 204. Plain Nightjar (uncommon visitor)
  • 205. Abyssinian Nightjar
  • 206. Long - Tailed Nightjar
  • 207. Speckled Mousebird
  • 208. Blue – Naped Mousebird
  • 209. Narina’s Trogon (uncommon resident, forest area)
  • 210. White - Headed Barbet
  • 211. Spotted - Flanked Barbet
  • 212. Red - Fronted Barbet
  • 213. Red - Fronted Tinkerbird
  • 214. Golden – Rumped Tinkerbird (occurs in forest area)
  • 215. Red and Yellow Barbet
  • 216. D’ Arnaud’s Barbet
  • 217. Greater Honey guide (Best located by its call, a loud and distinct ‘weet ear, weet ear” repeated over and over again)
  • 218. Scaly – Throated Honey guide (Rare)
  • 219. Lesser Honey guide
  • 220. Wahlberg’s Honey guide ( occurs in acacia woodland)
  • 221. Zambezi Honey guide (occurs in forest area)
  • 222. Nubian Woodpecker
  • 223. Cardinal Woodpecker
  • 224. Bearded Woodpecker
  • 225. Grey Woodpecker
  • 226. Nyanza Swift
  • 227. Mottled Swift
  • 228. Little Swift
  • 229. White - Rumped Swift
  • 230. Horus Swift (uncommon visitor)
  • 231. Northern White - Tailed Lark (inhabits long grass)
  • 232. Rufous - Naped Lark
  • 233. Fawn - Coloured Lark (uncommon)
  • 234. Short - Tailed Lark (occurs on plains near Athi River)
  • 235. Fischer’s Sparrow Lark
  • 236. Red - Capped Lark
  • 237. African Pied Wagtail
  • 238. Well’s Wagtail
  • 239. Blue - Headed Wagtail and races (winter visitor and passage migrant. Common)
  • 240. Long - Billed Pipit
  • 241. Richard’s Pipit
  • 242. Tree Pipit
  • 243. Red – Throated Pipit
  • 244. Yellow - Throated Longclaw
  • 245. Pangani Longclaw
  • 246. Rosy - Breasted Longclaw
  • 247. Black - Lored Babbler
  • 248. Northern Pied Babbler
  • 249. Yellow – Vented Bulbul
  • 250. Fischer’s Greenbul
  • 251. Yellow - Whiskered Greenbul
  • 252. European Spotted Flycatcher
  • 253. Dusky Flycatcher
  • 254. Grey Flycatcher
  • 255. White - Eyed Slaty Flycatcher
  • 256. South African Black Flycatcher
  • 257. Chin - Spot Flycatcher
  • 258. Paradise Flycatcher
  • 259. Olive Thrush
  • 260. European Rock Thrush
  • 261. European Common Wheat ear
  • 262. Isabelline Wheat ear
  • 263. Pied Wheat ear
  • 264. Schalow's Wheat ear
  • 265. Capped Wheat ear
  • 266. Anteater Chat
  • 267. Stone Chat
  • 268. European Whinchat
  • 269. White – Browed Robin Chat
  • 270. Ruppell’s Robin Chat ( occurs in forest)
  • 271. Robin Chat
  • 272. White – Winged Scrub Robin
  • 273. European Nightingale
  • 274. Thrush Nightingale or Sprosser
  • 275. Garden Warbler
  • 276. Blackcap Warbler
  • 277. European Sedge Warbler
  • 278. Greater Swamp Warbler
  • 279. European Willow Warbler
  • 280. Grey Apalis (occurs in forest)
  • 281. Black – Headed Apalis (occurs in forest)
  • 282. Black - Breasted Apalis
  • 283. Grey - Capped Warbler
  • 284. Buff - Bellied Warbler
  • 285. Crombec
  • 286. Red – Faced Crombec
  • 287. Banded Tit - Warbler
  • 288. Yellow - Bellied Eremomela
  • 289. Grey - Backed Camaroptera
  • 300. Pectoral - Patch Cisticola
  • 301. Rattling Cisticola
  • 302. Singing Cisticola
  • 303. Winding Cisticola
  • 304. Stout Cisticola
  • 305. Tawny - Flanked Prinia
  • 306. European Swallow
  • 307. Angola Swallow
  • 308. Wire - Tailed Swallow
  • 309. Red - Rumped Swallow
  • 310. Striped Swallow
  • 311. European Sand Martin
  • 312. African Sand Martin
  • 313. Banded Martin
  • 314. African Rock Martin
  • 315. European House Martin
  • 316. Black Rough - Wing Swallow
  • 317. White - Headed Rough - Wing Swallow
  • 318. Black Cuckoo Shrike
  • 319. Grey Cuckoo Shrike
  • 320. Drongo
  • 321. Retz’s Red - Billed Shrike
  • 322. White – Crowned Shrike
  • 323. Northern Brubru
  • 324. Grey – Backed Fiscal
  • 325. Lesser Grey Shrike
  • 326. Fiscal Shrike
  • 327. Taita Fiscal
  • 328. Long - Tailed Fiscal
  • 329. Red - Backed Shrike
  • 330. Red - Tailed Shrike
  • 331. Slate - Coloured Boubou
  • 332. Tropical Boubou
  • 333. Black – Backed Puff - Back
  • 334. Black - Headed Tchagra
  • 335. Brown - Headed Tchagra
  • 336. Sulphur - Breasted Bush Shrike
  • 337. White - Breasted Tit
  • 338. Red - Throated Tit (uncommon)
  • 339. African Penduline Tit
  • 340. European Golden Oriole
  • 341. African Golden Oriole
  • 342. Black – Headed Oriole
  • 343. Pied Crow
  • 344. White - Naped Raven
  • 345. Wattled Starling
  • 346. Violet - Backed Starling
  • 347. Blue - Eared Glossy Starling
  • 348. Red - Winged Starling
  • 349. Hildebrandt’s Starling
  • 350. Superb Starling
  • 351. Yellow - Billed Oxpecker (Rare)
  • 352. Red – Billed Oxpecker
  • 353. Yellow White - Eye
  • 354. Kikuyu White - Eye
  • 355. Malachite Sunbird
  • 356. Bronzy Sunbird
  • 357. Beautiful Sunbird (Black – Bellied race)
  • 358. Variable Sunbird
  • 359. Amethyst Sunbird
  • 360. Scarlet - Chested Sunbird
  • 361. Collared Sunbird
  • 362. Kenya Violet - Backed Sunbird
  • 363. Buffalo Weaver (uncommon visitor)
  • 364. White - Browed Sparrow Weaver
  • 365. Grey - Headed Social Weaver
  • 366. Rufous Sparrow
  • 367. Parrot - Billed Sparrow (uncommon)
  • 368. Chestnut Sparrow
  • 369. Yellow - Spotted Petronia
  • 370. Speke’s Weaver
  • 371. Masked Weaver
  • 372. Vitelline Masked Weaver
  • 373. Chestnut Weaver
  • 374. Black - Necked Weaver
  • 375. Spectacled Weaver
  • 376. Holub’s Golden Weaver
  • 377. Reichenow's Weaver
  • 378. Brown - Capped Weaver
  • 379. Grosbeak Weaver
  • 380. Red - Billed Quelea
  • 381. Cardinal Quelea
  • 382. Yellow Bishop
  • 383. White - Winged Widow - bird
  • 384. Red - Naped Widow - bird
  • 385. Jackson’s Widow - bird
  • 386. Bronze - Mannikin
  • 387. Rufous - Backed Mannikin
  • 388. Cut - Throat
  • 389. Quail Finch
  • 390. Parasitic Weaver (Rare)
  • 391. Green - Winged Pytilia
  • 392. African Fire Finch
  • 393. Red - Billed Fire Finch
  • 394. Yellow – Bellied Waxbill
  • 395. Waxbill
  • 396. Crimson - Rumped Waxbill
  • 397. Red - Cheeked Cordon - Bleu
  • 398. Purple Grenadier
  • 399. Indigo - Bird
  • 400. Pin - Tailed Whydah
  • 401. White - Bellied Canary
  • 402. Brimstone Canary
  • 403. Yellow - Rumped Seed - Eater
  • 404. Streaky Seed - Eater
  • 405. Golden - Breasted Bunting
  • 406. Cinnamon - Breasted Rock Bunting
Lake Nakuru National Park

MAMMALS OF LAKE NAKURU NATIONAL PARK

  • 1. Spectacled Elephant Shrew
  • 2. Giant White - Toothed Shrew
  • 3. Rousette Fruit Bat
  • 4. Epauletted Fruit Bat
  • 5. White - Bellied Tomb Bat
  • 6. Hollow - Faced Bat
  • 7. False Vampire Bat
  • 8. Yellow - Winged Bat
  • 9. Lander’s Horseshoe Bat
  • 10. Lesser leaf - Nosed Bat
  • 11. Long - Eared Leaf - Nosed Bat
  • 12. African Trident Bat
  • 13. African Mouse - Eared Bat
  • 14. Banana Bat or African Pipistrelle
  • 15. Yellow - Bellied Bat
  • 16. Angola Free - Tailed Bat
  • 17. Bush Baby
  • 18. Black - Faced Vervet Monkey
  • 19. Blue or Sykes' Monkey
  • 20. Olive Baboon
  • 21. Black and White Colobus
  • 22. Lesser Ground Pangolin (Rare)
  • 23. Hunting Dog (uncommon visitor)
  • 24. Black - Backed or Silver - Backed Jackal
  • 25. Side - Striped Jackal
  • 26. Bat - Eared Fox
  • 27. Zorilla
  • 28. Ratel or Honey Badger (Rare)
  • 29. African Civet
  • 30. Neumann’s or Small - Spotted Genet
  • 31. Bush or Large - Spotted Genet
  • 32. Marsh Mongoose
  • 33. Dwarf Mongoose
  • 34. Slender or Black - Tipped mongoose
  • 35. White - Tailed Mongoose
  • 36. Aardwolf (Rare)
  • 37. Spotted Hyaena
  • 38. Cheetah (Rare)
  • 39. African Wildcat
  • 40. Serval
  • 41. Leopard (Rare)
  • 42. Ant bear
  • 43. Rock Hyrax
  • 44. Burchell’s or Common Zebra
  • 45. Hippopotamus
  • 46. Rothschild’s Giraffe (introduced)
  • 47. Bush Duiker
  • 48. Klipspringer
  • 49. Steinbok
  • 50. Kirk’s Dik- dik
  • 51. Defassa Waterbuck
  • 52. Bohor Reedbuck
  • 53. Chanler’s Reedbuck
  • 54. Impala
  • 55. Thomson’s Gazelle
  • 56. Grant's Gazelle
  • 57. Bushbuck
  • 58. Eland
  • 59. African Buffalo (Rare)
  • 60. African Hare
  • 61. Cane Rat
  • 62. Porcupine
  • 63. Bush Squirrel
  • 64. Spring Hare
  • 65. African Dormouse
  • 66. Giant Rat
  • 67. Kenya Mole Rat

 

BIRDS OF LAKE NAKURU NATIONAL PARK(KENYA)

  • 1. Great - Crested Grebe
  • 2. Black - Necked Grebe
  • 3. Little Grebe
  • 4. White - Necked Cormorant
  • 5. Long - Tailed Cormorant
  • 6. African Darter
  • 7. White Pelican/ Great White Pelican
  • 8. Pink - Backed Pelican
  • 9. Grey Heron
  • 10. Black - Headed Heron
  • 11. Goliath Heron (Rare visitor)
  • 12. Purple Heron
  • 13. Great White Egret
  • 14. Yellow - Billed Egret
  • 15. Little Egret
  • 16. Reef Heron
  • 17. Buff - Backed Heron or Cattle Egret
  • 18. Squacco Heron
  • 19. Green - Backed Heron
  • 20. Night Heron
  • 21. Little Bittern (uncommon)
  • 22. Dwarf Bittern (Rare)
  • 23. Hamerkop
  • 24. White Stork (spasmodic visitor and passage migrant)
  • 25. European Black Stork (Rare winter visitor)
  • 26. Abdim’s Stork (uncommon visitor)
  • 27. Saddle – Bill Stork (uncommon)
  • 28. Marabou Stork
  • 29. Wood Ibis or Yellow - Billed Stork
  • 30. Sacred Ibis
  • 31. Hadada Ibis
  • 32. Glossy Ibis
  • 33. African Spoonbill
  • 34. Greater Flamingo
  • 35. Lesser Flamingo
  • 36. Maccoa Duck
  • 37. African Pochard
  • 38. Tufted Duck (uncommon winter visitor)
  • 39. European Shoveler
  • 40. Yellow - Billed Duck (uncommon)
  • 41. Garganey Teal
  • 42. Cape Wigeon (common resident)
  • 43. Hottentot Teal
  • 44. Red - Billed Duck
  • 45. Gadwall (Rare winter visitor)
  • 46. European Wigeon (uncommon winter visitor)
  • 47. European Teal (Rare winter visitor)
  • 48. European Pintail
  • 49. White - Faced Tree Duck (uncommon)
  • 50. Fulvous Tree Duck
  • 51. Knob - Billed Duck
  • 52. Egyptian Goose
  • 53. Spur –Wing Goose (uncommon)
  • 54. Secretary Bird
  • 55. Ruppell’s Vulture
  • 56. White - Backed Vulture
  • 57. Nubian or Lappet - Faced Vulture
  • 58. White - Headed Vulture
  • 59. Egyptian Vulture
  • 60. Hooded Vulture (vultures are spasmodic visitors in small numbers)
  • 61. Peregrine (uncommon)
  • 62. Lanner
  • 63. European Hobby (mainly spring passage migrant)
  • 64. African Hobby (Rare)
  • 65. European Kestrel
  • 66. Greater or White –Eyed Kestrel
  • 67. Lesser Kestrel
  • 68. European Black Kite
  • 69. African Black Kite
  • 70. Black - Shouldered Kite
  • 71. Bat Hawk (Rare)
  • 72. Honey Buzzard (uncommon winter visitor and passage migrant)
  • 73. Verreaux’s Eagle (Pair resident on Baboon Rock Cliffs)
  • 74. Steppe Eagle
  • 75. Tawny Eagle
  • 76. Wahlberg’s Eagle
  • 77. Booted Eagle (Rare winter visitor)
  • 78. Martial Eagle (uncommon visitor)
  • 79. Long - Crested Eagle
  • 80. Lizard Buzzard
  • 81. Brown Harrier Eagle
  • 82. Black - Chested Harrier Eagle
  • 83. Bateleur
  • 84. African Fish Eagle
  • 85. Steppe Buzzard
  • 86. Augur Buzzard
  • 87. Little Sparrow Hawk (occurs in acacia belt on western side of lake)
  • 88. Great Sparrow Hawk
  • 89. African Goshawk
  • 90. Gabar Goshawk
  • 91. Montagu's Harrier
  • 92. Pallid Harrier
  • 93. European Marsh Harrier
  • 94. African Marsh Harrier
  • 95. Harrier Hawk
  • 96. Coqui Francolin
  • 97. Hildebrandt’s Francolin
  • 98. Yellow - Necked Spurfowl
  • 99. Cape Quail
  • 100. Harlequin Quail
  • 101. Helmeted Guinea - Fowl
  • 102. Kaffir Rail (recorded at Hippo pools)
  • 104. European Corn Crake (uncommon migrant)
  • 105. African Crake
  • 106. Black Crake (occurs at Hippo pools)
  • 107. Purple Gallinule (uncommon)
  • 108. Allen’s Gallinule (one record)
  • 109. Moorhen
  • 110. Lesser Moorhen (uncommon)
  • 111. Red - Knobled Coot
  • 112. Crowned Crane
  • 113. Jackson’s Bustard( Rare)
  • 114. White - Bellied Bustard
  • 115. Spotted Stone Curlew
  • 116. Ringed Plover
  • 117. Little Ringed Plover
  • 118. Kittlitz’s Plover
  • 119. Three - Banded Plover
  • 120. Caspian Plover (uncommon visitor)
  • 121. Grey Plover
  • 122. Crowned Plover
  • 123. Black – Winged Plover
  • 124. Spur Wing Plover
  • 125. Black Smith Plover
  • 126. Avocet
  • 127. Black - Winged Stilt
  • 128. Painted Snipe
  • 129. European Common Snipe
  • 130. Great Snipe
  • 131. African Snipe
  • 132. Curlew Sandpiper
  • 133. Little Stint
  • 134. Temminck’s Stint (uncommon winter visitor)
  • 135. Ruff
  • 136. Common Sandpiper
  • 137. Green Sandpiper
  • 138. Wood Sandpiper
  • 139. Redshank (Rare winter visitor)
  • 140. Spotted Redshank ( uncommon winter visitor)
  • 141. Marsh Sandpiper
  • 142. Greenshank
  • 143. Black - Tailed Godwit ( uncommon winter visitor)
  • 144. Curlew (uncommon winter visitor)
  • 145. Temminck’s Courser
  • 146. Pratincole
  • 147. Lesser Black - Backed Gull (winter visitor in small numbers)
  • 148. Grey- Headed Gull
  • 149. Gull - Billed Tern
  • 150. White - Winged Black Tern
  • 151. Whiskered Tern
  • 152. African Skimmer (spasmodic visitor in small numbers)
  • 153. Button Quail
  • 154. Specled Pigeon
  • 155. Pink - Breasted Dove
  • 156. Red - Eyed Dove
  • 157. Ring - Necked Dove
  • 158. Laughing Dove
  • 159. Namaqua Dove
  • 160. Tambourine Dove
  • 161. Emerald - Spotted Wood Dove
  • 162. Green Pigeon
  • 163. European Cuckoo
  • 164. African Cuckoo
  • 165. Red - Chested Cuckoo
  • 166. Black Cuckoo
  • 167. Great Spotted Cuckoo
  • 168. Levaillant’s Cuckoo
  • 169. Black and White Cuckoo
  • 170. Emerald Cuckoo
  • 171. Didric Cuckoo
  • 172. Klaas' Cuckoo
  • 173. White - Browed Coucal
  • 174. Green Coucal or Yellow - bill
  • 175. European Roller
  • 176. Lilac - Breasted Roller
  • 177. Rufous - Crowned Roller
  • 178. Broad - Billed Roller
  • 179. Pied Kingfisher
  • 180. Half - Collared Kingfisher (Rare)
  • 181. Malachite Kingfisher
  • 182. Pygmy Kingfisher
  • 183. Grey - Headed Kingfisher
  • 184. Striped Kingfisher
  • 185. European Bee - Eater
  • 186. Blue - Cheeked Bee - Eater (uncommon passage migrant)
  • 187. White - Throated Bee - Eater
  • 188. Little Bee - Eater
  • 189. White - Fronted Bee - Eater
  • 190. Grey Hornbill
  • 191. Red - Billed Hornbill
  • 192. Crowned Hornbill
  • 193. Ground Hornbill
  • 194. European Hoopoe (uncommon passage migrant)
  • 195. African Hoopoe
  • 196. Green Wood Hoopoe
  • 197. Scimitar - bill
  • 198. African Barn Owl
  • 199. Cape Grass Owl (Rare)
  • 200. African Marsh Owl
  • 201. African Wood Owl
  • 202. African Scops Owl
  • 203. White - Faced Scops Owl (Rare)
  • 204. Pearl - Spotted Owlet
  • 205. Spotted Eagle Owl
  • 206. Verreaux’s Eagle Owl
  • 207. European Nightjar
  • 208. Plain Nightjar
  • 209. Abyssinian Nightjar
  • 210. Pennant - Wing Nightjar (uncommon migrant July/September)
  • 211. Long - Tailed Nightjar
  • 212. Speckled Mousebird
  • 213. Narina’s Trogon (in dense acacia woodland on western shores of lake)
  • 214. Spotted - Flanked Barbet
  • 215. Red - Fronted Barbet
  • 216. Red - Fronted Tinkerbird
  • 217. D’ Arnaud’s Barbet
  • 218. Greater Honey Guide
  • 219. Scaly - Throated Honey Guide
  • 220. Lesser Honey Guide
  • 221. Wahlberg’s Honey Guide
  • 222. Nubian Woodpecker
  • 223. Cardinal Woodpecker
  • 224. Brown - Backed Woodpecker
  • 225. Bearded Woodpecker
  • 226. Grey Woodpecker
  • 227. Red - Breasted Wryneck
  • 228. Nyanza Swift
  • 229. Mottled Swift
  • 230. Little Swift
  • 231. White - Rumped Swift
  • 232 Horus Swift
  • 233. Northern White - Tailed Lark
  • 234. Rufous - Naped Lark
  • 235. Fawn - Coloured Lark
  • 236. Fischer’s Sparrow Lark
  • 237. Red - Capped Lark
  • 238. African Pied Wagtail
  • 239. Wells’ Wagtail
  • 240. Blue - Headed Wagtail and races
  • 241. Long Billed Pipit
  • 242. Sandy Plain – Backed Pipit
  • 243. Richard's Pipit
  • 244. Tree Pipit
  • 245. Red - Throated Pipit
  • 246. Yellow - Throated Longclaw
  • 247. Rosy - Breasted Longclaw (uncommon)
  • 248. Black - Lored Babbler
  • 249. Yellow - Vented Bulbul
  • 250. European Spotted Flycatcher
  • 251. Dusky Flycatcher
  • 252. Ashy Flycatcher
  • 253. Grey Flycatcher
  • 254. White - Eyed Slaty Flycatcher
  • 255. South – African Black Flycatcher
  • 256. Chin – Spot Flycatcher
  • 257. Black - Throated Wattle - Eye
  • 258. Paradise Flycatcher
  • 259. Olive Thrush
  • 260. European Rock Thrush
  • 261. Isabelline Wheat ear
  • 262. Pied Wheat ear
  • 263. Schalow’s Wheat ear
  • 264. Capped Wheat ear
  • 265. Cliff Chat (occurs on Babon Rocks Cliff)
  • 266. Anteater Chat
  • 267. Stone Chat
  • 268. European Whinchat (uncommon winter visitor and passage migrant)
  • 269. White - Browed Robin Chat
  • 270. Robin Chat
  • 271. White – Winged Scrub Robin
  • 272. White - Throated Robin (Rare winter visitor)
  • 273. Thrush Nightingale or Sprosser
  • 274. European White Throat
  • 275. Garden Warbler
  • 276. Blackcap Warbler
  • 277. European Sedge Warbler
  • 278. Greater Swamp Warbler
  • 279. European Willow Warbler
  • 280. Grey Wren Warbler
  • 281. Black - Breasted Apalis
  • 282. Grey - Capped Warbler
  • 283. Black - Breasted Apalis
  • 284. Buff - Bellied Warbler
  • 285. Red - Faced Crombec
  • 286. Banded - Tit - Warbler
  • 287. Brown - Tit- Warbler
  • 288. Yellow - Bellied Eremomela
  • 289. Grey - Backed Camoraptera
  • 290. Pectoral - Patch - Cisticola
  • 291. Rattling Cisticola
  • 292. Singing Cisticola
  • 293. Winding Cisticola
  • 294. Stout Cisticola
  • 295. Tinkling Cisticola
  • 296. Tawny - Flanked Prinia
  • 297. European Swallow
  • 298. Angola Swallow
  • 299. Wire - Tailed Swallow
  • 300. Red - Rumped Swallow
  • 301. Mosque Swallow
  • 302. Striped Swallow
  • 303. Grey - Rumped Swallow
  • 304. European Sand Martin
  • 305. African Sand Martin
  • 306. Banded Martin
  • 307. African Rock Martin
  • 308. European House Martin (uncommon migrant)
  • 309. Black Rough - Wing Swallow
  • 310. White – Headed Rough –Wing Swallow
  • 311. Black Cuckoo Shrike
  • 312. Grey Cuckoo Shrike
  • 313. Drongo
  • 314. Grey - crested Helmet Shrike (uncommon)
  • 315. White - Crowned Shrike
  • 316. Northern Brubru
  • 317. Grey - Backed Fiscal
  • 318. Lesser Grey Shrike (spring passage migrant)
  • 319. Fiscal Shrike
  • 320. Red - Backed Shrike
  • 321. Red - Tailed Shrike
  • 322. Slate - Coloured Boubon
  • 323. Tropical Boubou
  • 324. Black - Backed Puff - Back
  • 325. Puff - Back Shrike
  • 326. Black - Headed Tchagra
  • 327. Brown – Headed Tchagra
  • 328. Sulphur - Breasted Bush Shrike
  • 329. Grey - Headed Bush Shrike
  • 330. White – Breasted Tit
  • 331. Red - Throated Tit
  • 332. Mouse - Coloured Penduline Tit
  • 333. European Golden Oriole
  • 334. African Golden Oriole
  • 335. Black – Headed Oriole
  • 336. Pied Crow
  • 337. Cape Rook
  • 338. White - Naped Raven
  • 339. Wattled Starling
  • 340. Violet - Backed Starling
  • 341. Blue - Eared Glossy Starling
  • 342. Red - Wing Starling
  • 343. Superb Starling
  • 344. Red - Billed Oxpecker
  • 345. Yellow White - Eye
  • 345. Malachite Sunbird (uncommon visitor)
  • 346. Bronzy Sunbird
  • 347. Beautiful Sunbird (uncommon visitor)
  • 348. Golden - Winged Sunbird
  • 349. Mariqua Sunbird
  • 350. Variable Sunbird
  • 351. Amethyst Sunbird
  • 352. Scarlet - Chested Sunbird
  • 353. Collared Sunbird
  • 354. Spotted Creeper (Rare)
  • 355. Buffalo Weaver
  • 356. White - Browed Sparrow Weaver
  • 357. Rufous Sparrow
  • 358. Grey - Headed Sparrow
  • 359. Parrot – Billed Sparrow
  • 360. Chestnut Sparrow
  • 361. Speckle - Fronted Weaver
  • 362. Speke’s Weaver
  • 363. Masked Weaver
  • 364. Viteline Masked Weaver
  • 365. Chestnut Weaver
  • 366. Spectacled Weaver
  • 367. Holub’s Golden Weaver
  • 368. Reichenow’s Weaver
  • 369. Red- Billed Quelea
  • 370. Cardinal Quelea
  • 371. Yellow Bishop
  • 372. White - Winged Widow - Bird
  • 373. Red - Naped Widow - Bird
  • 374. Jackson’s Widow - Bird
  • 375. Bronze Mannikin
  • 376. Rufous - Backed Mannikin (uncommon)
  • 377. Silverbill
  • 378. Grey - Headed Silverbill
  • 379. Cut - Throat
  • 380. Quail Finch
  • 381. Green - Winged Pytilia
  • 382. African Fire Finch
  • 383. Red - Billed Fire Finch
  • 384. Yellow - Bellied Waxbill
  • 385. Waxbill
  • 386. Crimson - Rumped Waxbill
  • 387. Black - Cheeked Waxbill
  • 388. Red - Cheeked Cordon - Bleu
  • 389. Purple Grenadier
  • 390. Indigo - bird
  • 391. Pin - Tailed Whydah
  • 392. Paradise Whydah (uncommon)
  • 393. Yellow - Fronted Canary
  • 394. Brimstone Canary
  • 395. Yellow - Rumped Seed -  Eater
  • 396. Streaky Seed - Eater
  • 397. African Citril
  • 398. Golden - Breasted Bunting
  • 399. Cinnamon - Breasted Rock Bunting
Aberdare/ Nyandarua National Park

MAMMALS OF ABERDARE NATIONAL PARK:

       1.  Giant white  -  toothed shrew

       2.  Mole shrew (mainly in bamboo zone, where they burrow just below surface of ground)

       3.  Rousette Fruit Bat (in caves in forest; attracted to fruiting fig trees)

        4.  Hollow -  Faced Bat

        5.  Banana Bat or African Pipistrelle

        6.  Greater Galago

        7.  Black - Faced Vervet Monkey

        8.  Blue or Sykes' Monkey

        9.  Olive Baboon

        10.  Black and White Colobus

        11.  Hunting Dog (probably spasmodic visitors)

        12.  Black - Backed or Silver - Backed Jackal

        13.  Side - Striped Jackal

        14.  Zorilla

        15.  Clawless Otter (Not uncommon along trout streams, but rarely seen. Feeds on fresh - water crabs

        16.  African Civet

        17.  Bush or Large - Spotted Genet

        18.  African Palm Civet

        19.  Marsh Mongoose

        20.  Slender or Black - Tipped Mongoose

        21.  White -  Tailed Mongoose

        22.  Spotted Hyaena

        23.  African WildCat

        24.  Serval ( Not uncommon on moorlands)

        25.  Golden Cat (Reputed to occur, but not yet confirmed)

        26.  Lion (Rare)

        27.  Leopard

        28.  Ant bear (Occurs at lower levels)

        29.  Tree Hyrax

        30.  Rock Hyrax

        31. African Elephant

        32.  Giant Forest Hog (Often seen at treetops)

        33.  Bush Pig (Common but shy; not often seen)

        34.  Blue Duiker

        35.  Bush Duiker

        36.  Klipspringer

        37.  Suni

        38.  Steinbok

        39.  Common Waterbuck

        40.  Bohor Reedbuck

        41.  Chanler’s Reedbuck

        42.  Impala

        43.  Bongo (Found mainly in upper bamboo zone; very shy and elusive)

        44.  Bushbuck

        45.  Eland

        46.  African Buffalo

        47.  African Hare

        48.  Porcupine

        49.  Bush Squirrel

        50.  African Dormouse

        51.  Crested Rat

        52.  Giant Rat

        53.  Kenya Mole Rat

 

BIRDS OF ABERDARE/ NYANDARUA NATIONAL PARK:

        1.  Little Grebe (Recorded at tree- tops)

        2.  Long - Tailed Cormorant (tree tops)

        3.  Black -  Headed Heron (tree tops)

        4.  Yellow - Billed Egret (tree tops)

        5.  Little Egret

        6.  Buff - Backed Heron or Cattle Egret

        7. Hamerkop

        8.  Wood Ibis or Yellow - Billed

        9.  Stork (treetops)

        10.  Sacred Ibis (treetops)

        11.  Hadada Ibis

        12.  Green Ibis (A rare forest species. Frequents  swampy glades in forest)

        13.  Yellow - Billed Duck (treetops)

        14.  African Black Duck (On streams in forest)

        15.  Garganey Teal (treetops)

        16.  Red -  Billed Duck (treetops)

        17.  Egyptian Goose (treetops)

        18.  Secretary Bird (Recorded on moorlands)

        19.  Ruppell’s Vulture

        20.  White - Backed Vulture

        21.  Hooded Vulture

        22. Peregrine

        23. Lanner

        24.  European Kestrel

        25.  Lesser Kestrel

        26. Cuckoo Falcon (An uncommon species in forest)

        27.  European Black Kite

        28.  African Black Kite

        29.  Black -  Shouldered Kite (Spasmodic visitor to moorlands)

        30.  Verreaux’s Eagle

        31.  Steppe Eagle

        32.  Ayres’ Hawk Eagle (sometimes seen soaring above forest)

        33.  Crowned Hawk Eagle (uncommon in forest)

        34.  Long - Crested Eagle

        35.  Lammergeyer (Rare visitor. Not known to breed)

        36.  Steppe Buzzard (in some years a common winter visitor;  in other years seldom seen)

        37.  Mountain Buzzard (Not uncommon in forest)

        38.  Augur Buzzard

        39.  Rufous - Breasted Sparrow Hawk

        40. Great Sparrow Hawk

        41.  African Goshawk

        42.  Montagu’s Harrier (Winter visitor and passage migrant to moorlands)

        43.  European Marsh Harrier (Winter visitor.  Rare)

        44.  Pallid Harrier (Winter visitor and passage migrant to moorlands)

        45.  Montane Francolin (scrub and moorlands above forest)

        46.  Scaly Francolin (Forest species)

        47.  Jackson’s Francolin (Forest and Bamboo Zones)

        48.  Cape Quail (Uncommon on moorlands)

        49.  African Finfoot (Rare. Streams at lower altitudes)

        50.  African  Crake (Spasmodic visitor moorlands. Rarely seen)

        51.  Crowned Crane (Treetops)

        52.  Black - Winged Plover (Spasmodic visitor to moorlands)

        53.  European Common Snipe

        54.  Great Snipe (Mainly passage migrant April/ May in moorland bogs)

        55.  Jack Snipe (Rare winter visitor. High altitude bogs)

        56.  Ruff (Treetops)

        57.  Green Sandpiper (Winter visitor.  Mountain streams)

        58.  Wood Sandpiper (Treetops)

        59.  Green Shark (Treetops)

        60.  Marsh Sandpiper (Treetops)

        61.  Olive Pigeon (Forest. Common)

        62.  Bronze - Naped Pigeon (Forest)

        63.  Pink - Breasted Dove

        64.  Red - Eyed Dove

        65.  Ring - Necked Dove (Treetops)

        66.  Laughing Dove (Treetops)

        67.  Tambourine Dove

        68.  Emerald - Spotted Wood Dove

        69.  Lemon Dove (Rare. Forest at lower levels)

        70.  Green Pigeon

        71.  Red -  Chested Cuckoo (Treetops)

        72.  Emerald Cuckoo (Treetops, and low level forest)

        73.  Didric Cuckoo

        74.  Klaas’ Cuckoo

        75.  White - Browed Coucal ( Treetops)

        76.  Hartlaub’s Turaco (Not uncommon in forest)

        77.  Red – Headed Parrot (Forest)

        78.  European Roller (Uncommon passage migrant treetops)

        79.  Lilac - Breasted Roller (Treetops)

        80.  Broad - Billed Roller (Lower level forest)

        81.  Pied Kingfisher (Treetops)

        82.  Giant Kingfisher (On forest streams. Feeds largely on fresh - water crabs)

        83.  Malachite Kingfisher (Treetops)

        84.  European  Bee - Eater (Uncommon visitor. Treetops)

        85.  Cinnamon - Chested Bee - Eater (Forest glades)

        86.  Silvery - Cheeked Hornbill (Forest)

        87.  Crowned Hornbill (Treetops)

        88.  Ground Hornbill (Treetops)

        89.  White - Headed Wood hoopoe (Forest)

        90.  Cape Grass Owl (swampy hollows on moorlands)

        91.  African Marsh Owl (Moorlands)

        92.  Mackinder’s Eagle Owl (Crags and Cliffs above Forest)

        93.  Spotted Eagle Owl

        94.  Verreaux’s Eagle Owl (Treetops)

        95.  European Nightjar (Migrant. Treetops)

        96.  Abyssinian Nightjar

        97.  Pennant - Wing Nightjar (Rare visitor. Treetops)

        98.  Speckled Mousebird (Treetops)

        99.  Narina's Trogon (Forest)

        100.  Bar - Tailed Trogon (Forest)

        101.  Golden – Rumped Tinkerbird (Treetops)

        102.  Greater Honey Guide (Treetops.  Uncommon)

        103.  Fine – Banded Woodpecker (Forest)

        104.  Nyanza Swift

        105.  Alpine Swift

        106.  Mottled  Swift

        107.  Mountain Wagtail (Forest streams)

        108.  Red - Capped Lark (Moorlands)

        109.  Blue - Headed Wagtail and races (Moorlands on spring migration)

        110.  Richard’s Pipit

        111.  Red - Throated Pipit

        112.  Sharpe's Longclaw (Moorlands)

        113.  Yellow - Vented Bulbul (Treetops)

        114.  Fischer’s Greenbul (Treetops)

        115.  Olive - Breasted Mountain Greenbul

        116.  Yellow - Whiskered Greenbul

        117.  European Spotted Flycatcher (Treetops. Migrant)

        118.  Dusky Flycatcher (Treetops)

        119.  White - Eyed Slaty Flycatcher (Treetops)

        120.  Mountain Yellow Flycatcher

        121.  Chin - Spot Flycatcher (Treetops)

        122.  Paradise Flycatcher (Treetops)

        123. Olive Thrush

        124.  Abyssinian Ground Thrush (Bamboo zone)

        125.  European Common Wheatear

        126.  Isabelline Wheatear

        127.  Pied Wheatear

        128.  Capped Wheatear ( Uncommon. Moorlands)

        129.  Hill or Mountain Chat (Alpine zone)

        130.  Stone Chat

        131.  Ruppell’s Robin Chat

        132.  Robin Chat

        133.  White - Starred Bush Robin (Common in bamboo zone)

        134.  Blackcap Warbler (Treetops)

        135.  European Sedge Warbler (Treetops)

        136.  Cinnamon Bracken Warbler

        137.  Greater Swamp Warbler (Treetops)

        138.  European Willow Warbler

        139.  Brown Woodland Warbler

        140.  Grey Apalis

        141.  Black - Breasted Apalis

        142.  Chestnut Throated Apalis

        143.  Grey - Backed Camaroptera

        144.  Wing - Shapping Cisticola (Alpine grasslands)

        145.  Hunter’s Cisticola (Common in moorland thickets)

        146.  Tinkling Cisticola (Moorland bogs)

        147.  European Swallow

        148.  African Sand Martin

        149.  African Rock Martin

        150.  Black Rough –Wing Swallow

        151.  White - Headed Rough - Wing Swallow

        152.  Purple - Throated Cuckoo Shrike

        153.  Grey Cuckoo Shrike

        154.  Drongo (Treetops)

        155.  Fiscal Shrike (Treetops)

        156.  Tropical  Boubou

        157.  Black - Backed Puff - Back (Treetops)

        158.  Black - Fronted Bush - Shrike (Forest trees and creepers)

        159.  Doherty’s Bush shrike (Lower Forest;  frequents undergrowth)

        160.  White - Breasted Tit

        161.  Black - Headed Oriole

        162.  Black - Winged Montane Oriole (High level forest)

        163.  Pied Crow (Treetops)

        164.  White - Naped Raven

        165.  Violet - Backed Starling (Treetops)

        166.  Sharpe’s Starling

        167.  Blue - Eared Glossy Starling (Treetops)

        168.  Slender – Billed Chestnut Wing Starling (Alpine moorlands and waterfalls; below which it nests)

        169.  Superb Starling (Treetops)

        170.  Red - Billed Oxpeckers (Treetops)

        171.  Kikuyu White – Eye

        172.  Malachite Sunbird

        173.  Scarlet - Tufted Malachite Sunbird (High moorlands)

        174.  Tacazze Sunbird

        175.  Bronzy Sunbird (Treetops)

        176.  Golden - Winged Sunbird

        177.  Variable Sunbird (Treetops)

        178.  Eastern Double - Collared Sunbird

        179.  Northern Double – Collared Sunbird (Treetops)

        180.  Amethyst Sunbird (Treetops)

        181.  Scarlet - Chested Sunbird (Treetops)

        182.  Olive Sunbird (Lower altitudes in forest)

        183.  Collared Sunbird

        184.  Spectacled Weaver (Treetops)

        185.  Reichenow’s Weaver

        186.  Brown - Capped Weaver (Forest)

        187.  Red - Naped Widow- Bird( Treetops)

        188.   Long  - Tailed Widow Bird (Open bushy moorland)

        189.  Bronze Mannikin (Treetops)

        190.  Grey – Headed Negro Finch (Treetops)

        191.  Abyssinian Crimson - Wing (Common in bamboo zone)

        192.  Yellow – Bellied Waxbill

        193.  Waxbill (Treetops)

        194.  Black - Headed Waxbill (Forest glades)

        195.  Red – Cheeked Cordon - Bleu

        196.  Brimstone Canary

        197.  Yellow - Crowned Canary (Upper edges of forest and bamboo zone)

        198.  Thick - Billed Seed - Eater (Forest undergrowth)

        199.  Oriole Finch (Forest.  uncommon)

        200.  African Citril (Treetops)

        201.  Golden – Breasted Bunting.

Tsavo National Park

MAMMALS OF TSAVO NATIONAL PARK:

        1.  Spectacled Elephant Shrew

        2.  East African Hedgehog

        3.  Giant White - Toothed Shrew

        4.  Rousette Fruit Bat

        5.  Epauletted Fruit Bat

        6.  Pale - Bellied Fruit Bat

        7.  White - Bellied Tomb Bat

        8. Hollow - Faced Bat

        9.  False Vampire Bat

        10.  Yellow - Winged Bat

        11.  Lander’s Horseshoe Bat

        12.  Lesser Leaf - Nosed Bat

        13.  Giant Leaf - Nosed Bat (Recorded from Galana River)

        14.  African Trident Bat (Recorded from Kilaguni lodge)

        15.  Banana Bat or African Pipistrelle

        16.  Yellow - Bellied Bat

        17.  Angola Free - Tailed Bat

        18.  White – Bellied Free - Tailed Bat

        19.  Flat - Headed Free - Tailed Bat

        20.  Greater Galago

        21.  Bush Baby

        22.  Black - Faced Vervet Monkey

        23.  Blue or Sykes' Monkey

        24. Yellow Baboon

        25.  Lesser Ground Pangolin

        26.  Golden Jackal

        27.  Black - Backed or Silver - Backed Jackal

        28.  Side - Striped Jackal

        29.  Bat - Eared  Fox

        30.  Zorilla

        31.  Ratel or Honey Badger

        32.  Clawless Otter

        33.  African Civet

        34.  Neumann’s or Small - Spotted Genet

        35.  Bush or Large - Spotted Genet

        36.  African Palm Civet

        37.  Marsh Mongoose

        38.  Dwarf Mongoose

        39.  Large Grey Mongoose

        40.  Slender or Black - Tipped Mongoose

        41.  White - Tailed Mongoose

        42.  Banded Mongoose

        43.  Aardwolf

        44.  Spotted Hyaena

        45.  Striped Hyaena

        46.  Cheetah

        47.  Caracal

        48.  African Wildcat

        49.  Serval

        50.  Lion

        51.  Leopard

        52.  Ant Bear

        53.  Tree Hyrax

        54.  Rock Hyrax

        55.  African Elephant

        56.  Grevy’s Zebra (Reputed to occur in extreme north of park)

        57.  Burchell’s or Common Zebra

        58.  Warthog

        59.  Masai Giraffe

        60.  Coke’s Hartebeest or Kongoni

        61.  Hunter’s Hartebeest  or Hirola (Introduced into park, present status not known)

        62.  Harvey’s Red Duiker

        63.  Blue Duiker

        64.  Klipspringer

        65.  Suni

        66.  Steinbok

        67.  Kirk’s Dik- dik

        68.  Common Waterbuck

        69.  Bohor Reedbuck

        70.  Impala

        71.  Grant’s Gazelle

        72.  Gerenuk

        73.  Fringe - Eared Oryx

        74.  Bushbuck

        75.  Lesser kudu

        76.  Eland

        77.  African Buffalo/ Savanna  Buffalo

        78.  Cane Rat

        79.  Porcupine

        80.  Striped Ground Squirrel

        81.  Unstriped Ground Squirrel

        82.  Bush Squirrel

        83.  East African Red Squirrel

        84.  Spring Hare

        85.  African Dormouse

        86.  Giant Rat

        87.  Kenya Mole Rat

        88.  Naked Mole Rat

BIRDS OF TSAVO NATIONAL PARK( KENYA );

The park has over 450 species of birds, making it one of the most important bird localities in Tanzania.

        1.  Masai Ostrich (occurs mainly south of the Galana River)

        2.  Somali Ostrich (occurs mainly north of the Galana River)

        3.  Little Grebe (recorded from Amba and Tsavo River)

        4.  Long - Tailed Cormorant

        5.  African Darter

        6.  White Pelican

        7.  Pink - Backed Pelican (Pelicans occur from time to time on large dams)

        8.  Grey Heron

        9.  Black - Headed Heron

        10.  Goliath Heron

        11.  Purple Heron (recorded from Tsavo River)

        12.  Great White Egret

        13.  Yellow - Billed Egret

        14. Black Heron (Lake Jipe)

        15.  Little Egret

        16.  Buff - Backed Heron or Cattle Egret

        17.  Squacco Heron

        18.  Madagascar Squacco Heron (recorded from mzima springs)

        19.  Green - Backed Heron (occurs on rivers)

        20.  Night Heron

        21.  White - Backed Night Heron (probably occurs on  Lake Jipe on southern border)

        22.  Little Bittern

        23.  Dwarf Bittern

        24.  Hamerkop

        25.  Whitestork

        26.  European Black Stork (Rare winter visitor)

        27.  Woolly – Necked Stork

        28.  Abdim’s Stork

        29.  Open - Bill Stork

        30.  Saddle - Bill Stork

        31.  Marabou Stork

        32.  Wood Ibis or Yellow - Billed Stork

        33.  Sacred Ibis

        34.  Hadada Ibis

        35.  Glossy Ibis (Rare visitor)

        36.  African Spoonbill (Uncommon visitor to dams)

        37.  European Shoveler

        38.  Yellow - Billed Duck

        39.  African Black Duck (Recorded from Tsavo and Athi Rivers)

        40.  Garganey Teal

        41.  Hottentol Teal

        42.  Red - Billed Duck

        43.  European Pintail

        44.  White -  Faced Tree Duck

        45.  Fulvous Tree Duck

        46.  Pygmy Goose (Lake Jipe)

        47.  Knob - Billed Duck

        48.  Egyptian Goose

        49.  Spur - Winged Goose

        50.  Secretary Bird

        51.  Ruppell’s Vulture

        52.  White - Backed Vulture

        53.  Nubian or Lappet - Faced Vulture

        54. White -  Headed Vulture

        55.  Egyptian Vulture

        56.  Hooded Vulture

        57.  Peregrine (Uncommon)

        58.  Lanner

        59.  Taita Falcon (Rare; has been recorded in the Voi area)

        60.  European Hobby (occurs mainly as spring passage migrant)

        61.  African Hobby (recorded from near chyulu hills)

        62.  Sooty Falcon (recorded during autumn migration along the Galana River)

        63.  Eastern Red - Footed Falcon (very uncommon; a few to be seen amongst flocks of migrating lesser kestrels in spring)

        64.  European Kestrel

        65.  African Kestrel

        66.  Greater  or White – Eyed Kestrel

        67.  Lesser Kestrel

        68.  Grey Kestrel (Uncommon. Occurs along rivers)

        69.  Pygmy Falcon

        70.  Cuckoo Falcon (Uncommon. Occurs in forest and well –wooded areas)

        71.  European Black Kite

        72.  African Black Kite

        73.  Black -  Shouldered Kite

        74.  Bat Hawk (Not uncommon in the Voi area)

        75.  Honey Buzzard (Uncommon winter visitor and passage migrant)

        76.  Verreaux’s Eagle (Rare)

        77.  Steppe Eagle

        78.  Tawny Eagle

        79.  Wahlberg’s Eagle

        80.  African Hawk Eagle

        81.  Ayres' Hawk Eagle

        82.  Booted Eagle (Rare winter visitor)

        83.  Martial Eagle

        84. Crowned Hawk Eagle (Occurs in the chyulu hills forest)

        85.  Long - Crested Eagle

        86.  Lizard Buzzard

        87.  Brown Harrier Eagle

        88.  Black - Chested Harrier Eagle

        89.  Lesser – Spotted Eagle (Rare winter visitor)

        90.  Grasshopper Buzzard (Common visitor between November and March)

        91.  Bateleur

        92.  African Fish Eagle

        93.  Palm - Nut Vulture

        94.  Lammergeyer (Rare visitor)

        95.  Steppe Buzzard (Winter visitor in varying numbers)

        96.  Augur Buzzard (Occurs in chyulu hills)

        97.  Little Sparrow Hawk

        98.  Ovampo Sparrow Hawk (Uncommon. Usually found in vicinity of baobab trees).

        99.  Great Sparrow Hawk

        100.  Shikra

        101.  African Goshawk

        102.  Gabar Goshawk

        103.  Pale Chanting Goshawk

        104.  Montagu's Harrier

        105.  Pallid Harrier

        106.  European Marsh Harrier

        107.  African Marsh Harrier (Rare)

        108.  Harrier Hawk

        109.  Osprey (Rare visitor)

        110.  Coqui Francolin

        111.  Crested Francolin

        112.  Shelley’s (Grey Wing) Francolin

        113.  Scaly Francolin (Occurs on chyulu hills)

        114.  Yellow - Necked Spurfowl

        115.  Cape Quail

        116.  Harlequin Quail

        117.  Stone Patridge (Reputed to occur on  rocky hills north of the Galana River, but not confirmed)

        118.  Helmeted Guinea - Fowl

        119.  Kenya Crested Guinea – Fowl

        120.  Vulturine Guinea - Fowl

        121.  Kaffir Rail (Rarely seen)

        122.  European Corn Crake ( passage migrant,  seldom seen)

        123.  Black Crake

        124.  Moorhen

        125.  Red - Knobbed Coot (Uncommon)

        126.  African Finfoot

        127.  Crowned Crane

        128.  Kori Bustard

        129.  Jackson’s Bustard (Rare)

        130. White - Bellied Bustard

        131.  Buff - Crested Bustard

        132.  Black - Bellied Bustard

        133.  Hartlaub’s Bustard

        134.  Spotted Stone Curlew

        135.  Water Dikkop

        136.  African Jacana

        137.  Ringed Plover

        138.  Little Ringed Plover

        139.  Kittlitz’s Plover

        140.  Three - Banded Plover

        141.  Caspian Plover (Winter visitor. Frequents open plains)

        142.  Crowned Plover

        143.  Senegal Plover

        144.  Black Smith Plover

        145.  Black Head Plover

        146.  Avocet

        147.  Black - Winged Stilt

        148.  Painted Snipe

        149. European Common Snipe

        150.  Great Snipe

        151.  African Snipe

        152.  Curlew Sandpiper

        153.  Little Stint

        154.  Ruff

        155.  Common Sandpiper

        156.  Green - Sandpiper

        157.  Wood Sandpiper

        158.  Marsh Sandpiper

        159.  Greenshank

        160.  Temminck’s Courser

        161.  Two - Banded Courser

        162.  Heuglin’s Courser

        163.  Bronze - Winged Courser

        164.  Pratincole

        165.  Button Quail

        166. Chestnut - Bellied Sandgrouse

        167.  Black- Faced Sandgrouse

        168.  Yellow - Throated Sandgrouse

        169.  Speckled Pigeon

        170.  Olive Pigeon

        171.  Bronze - Naped Pigeon

        172.  Red - Eyed Dove

        173.  Mourning Dove

        174.  Ring - Necked Dove

        175.  Laughing Dove

        176.  Namaqua Dove

        177.  Tambourine Dove

        178.  Emerald -  Spotted Wood Dove

        179.  Green Pigeon

        180.  European Cuckoo

        181.  African Cuckoo

        182.  Red - Chested Cuckoo

        183.  Black Cuckoo

        184.  Great - Spotted Cuckoo

        185.  Levaillant' s Cuckoo

        186.  Black and White Cuckoo

        187.  Emerald Cuckoo

        188.  Didric Cuckoo

        189.  Klaa’s Cuckoo

        190.  White - Browed Coucal

        191.  Hartlaub’s Turaco (Occurs in forest on chyulu hills)

        192.  Violet - Crested Turaco (Rare)

        193.  White - Bellied Go- Away - Bird

        194.  Orange – Bellied Parrot

        195.  Brown Parrot

        196.  European Roller

        197.  Lilac - Breasted Roller

        198.  Rufous - Crowned  Roller

        199.  Broad - Billed Roller

        200.  Pied Kingfisher

        201.  Giant Kingfisher

        202.  Half – Collared Kingfisher (Rare)

        203.  Malachite Kingfisher

        204.  Pygmy Kingfisher

        205.  Brown - Hooded Kingfisher

        206. Grey –Headed Kingfisher

        207.  Striped Kingfisher

        208.  European Bee - Eater

        209.  Madagascar Bee - Eater

        210.  Blue - Cheeked Bee - Eater

        211.  Carmine Bee - Eater

        212.  White - Throated Bee - Eater

        213.  Little Bee - Eater

        214.  Trumpeter Hornbill

        215.  Silvery - Cheeked Hornbill

        216.  Grey Hornbill

        217.  Red -  Billed Hornbill

        218.  Yellow - Billed Hornbill

        219.  Von Der Decken’s Hornbill

        220.  Crowned Hornbill

        221.  Ground Hornbill

        222.  European Hoopoe

        223.  Senegal Hoopoe (Occurs mainly north of the Galana River)

        224.  African Hoopoe

        225.  Green Wood Hoopoe

        226.  Violet Wood Hoopoe (Recorded from the Galana River)

        227.  Scimitar -  Bill

        228.  Abyssinian Scimitar Bill

        229.  African Barn Owl

        230.  African Marsh Owl

        231.  African Wood Owl

        232.  African Scops Owl

        233.  White - Faced Scops Owl

        234.  Pearl -  Spotted Owlet

        235.  Barred Owlet

        236.  Spotted Eagle Owl

        237. Verreaux’s Eagle Owl

        238.  Pel’s Fishing Owl (Not yet recorded but should occur along the Tsavo and Galana Rivers)

        239.  European Nightjar

        240.  Dusky Nightjar

        241.  Donaldson - Smith's Nightjar

        242.  Nubian Nightjar

        243.  Freckled Nightjar

        244.  Plain Nightjar

        245.  Long -  Tailed Nightjar

        246.  Speckled Mousebird

        247.  White - Headed  Mousebird (Uncommon)

        248.  Blue - Naped Mousebird

        249.  Narina’s Trogon (In chyulu forest and in riverine forest)

        250.  Black- Collared Barbet

        251.  Brown - Breasted Barbet

        252.  Brown - Throated Barbet

        253.  Spotted - Flanked Barbet

        254.  Red - Fronted Tinkerbird

        255.  Golden -  Rumped Tinkerbird

        256.  Red and Yellow Barbet

        257.  D’ Arnaud’s Barbet

        258.  Greater Honey Guide

        259.  Scaly -  Throated Honey Guide

        260.  Lesser Honey Guide

        261.  Wahlberg’s Honey Guide

        262.  Nubian Woodpecker

        263.  Golden -  Tailed Woodpecker (Recorded near Voi)

        264.  Cardinal Woodpecker

        265.  Bearded Woodpecker

        266.  Grey Woodpecker

        267.   Nyanza Swift

        268.  Mottled Swift

        269.  Little  Swift

        270.  White - Rumped Swift

        271.  Palm Swift

        272.  Mottled - Throated Spinetail

        273.  Boehm’s Spinetail (Frequents rocky hills near Mtito Andei)

        274.  Singing Bush Lark

        275.  Northern White -  Tailed Lark

        276.  Redwing Bush Lark

        277.  Flappet Lark

        278.  Fawn - Coloured Lark

        279.  Pink -  Breasted Lark

        280.  Chestnut -  Backed Sparrow Lark

        281.  Fischer's Sparrow Lark

        282.  Red -  Capped Lark

        283.  European White Wagtail (Rare visitor)

        284.  African Pied Wagtail

        285.  Wells' Wagtail (uncommon)

        286.  Blue -  Headed Wagtail and races

        287.  Long -  Billed Pipit

        288.  Richard’s Pipit

        289.  Tree Pipit

        290.  Red -  Throated Pipit (Uncommon spring passage migrant)

        291.  Striped Pipit (Frequents bushy slopes of hills)

        292.  Golden Pipit

        293.  Yellow -  Throated Longclaw

        294.  Pangani Longclaw

        295.  Rosy - Breasted Longclaw (Uncommon).  Inhabits open plains)

        296.  Arrow – Marked Babbler

        297.  Northern Pied Babbler

        298. Rufous Chatterer

        299.  Scaly Chatterer (Occurs mainly north of Galana River)

        300.  Abyssinian Hill Babbler (Occurs in chyulu hills forest)

        301.  Yellow -  Vented Bulbul

        302.  Northern Brownbul

        303.  Fischer’s Greenbul

        304.  Yellow - Whiskered Greenbul

        305.  European Spotted Flycatcher

        306.  Dusky Flycatcher

        307.  Ashy Flycatcher

        308.  Grey Flycatcher

        309.  Little Grey Flycatcher (Recorded from north of Galana River)

        310.  White -  Eyed Slaty Flycatcher (chyulu hills)

        311.  South African Black Flycatcher

        312.  Silverbird

        313.  Yellow Flycatcher

        314.  Chin -  Spot Flycatcher

        315.  Pygmy Puff - Back Flycatcher

        316.  Black -  Throated Wattle Eye

        317.  Paradise Flycatcher

        318.  Olive Thrush

        319.  Bare - Eyed Thrush

        320.  European Rock Thrush

        321.  European Common Wheatear

        322.  Isabelline Wheatear

        323.  Pied Wheatear

        324.  Capped Wheatear

        325.  Cliff Chat

        326. Ant Eater Chat (chyulu hills)

        327.  Stone Chat (chyulu hills)

        328.  European Whinchat

        329.  White -  Browed Robin Chat

        330.  Red -  Capped Robin Chat

        331.  Robin Chat

        332.  Morning Warbler (Frequents palm thickets)

        333.  Spotted Morning Warbler

        334.  Red -  Backed Scrub Robin

        335.  White -  Winged Scrub Robin

        336.  Eastern Bearded Scrub Robin (rare winter visitor)

        337.  European Nightingale

        338.  Thrush Nightingale or Sprosser

        339.  European White Throat

        340.  Garden Warbler

        341.  Black Cap Warbler

        342.  Barred Warbler (sometimes common on spring migration)

        343.  Olive - Tree Warbler

        344.  Great Reed Warbler (Uncommon passage migrant)

        345.  European Marsh Warbler

        346. European Sedge Warbler

        347.  Greater Swamp Warbler

        347. European willow warbler

        348. Brown woodland warbler (occurs in forest on chyulu hills)

        349. Grey wren warbler

        350. Fan - tailed warbler

        351. Black – breasted Apalis

        352. Red – faced Apalis

        353. Grey - capped warbler

        354. Buff - bellied warbler

        355. River warbler

        356. Crombec

        357. Banded Tit warbler

        358. Yellow - bellied Eremomela

        359. Grey - backed Camaroptera

        360. Pectoral - patch cisticola

        361. Rattling cisticola

        362. Singing cisticola

        363. Winding  cisticola

        364. Stout cisticola

        365. Croaking cisticola

        366. Tiny cisticola

        367. Ashy cisticola

        368. Tawny – flanked prinia

        369. African moustached warbler

        370. European swallow

        371. Angola swallow

        372. Ethiopian swallow (uncommon)

        373. Wire - tailed swallow

        374. Red - rumped swallow

        375. Mosque swallow

        376. Striped swallow

        377. Grey – rumped swallow

        378. European sand martin

        379. African sand martin

        380. Banded martin

        381. African rock martin

        382. Black rough – wing swallow

        383. White – headed rough - wing swallow

        384. Black cuckoo shrike

        385. Grey cuckoo shrike (chyulu hills forest)

        386. Drongo

        387. Straight - crested helmet shrike

        388. Retz’s red - billed shrike

        389. White - crowned shrike

        390. Northern Brubru

        391. Grey -  backed fiscal

        392. Lesser grey shrike

        393. Fiscal shrike

        394. Taita Fiscal

        395. Long - tailed Fiscal

        396. Red - backed shrike

        397. Red - tailed shrike

        398. Slate - coloured Boubou

        399. Tropical Boubou

        400. Red - naped Bush shrike (occurs in dry bush country near Galana River)

        401. Black - backed puff - back

        402. Black - headed Tchagra

        403. Brown - headed Tchagra

        404. Three - streaked Tchagra

        405. Blackcap Bush Tchagra

        406. Sulphur – breasted  Bush shrike

        405. Four - coloured Bush shrike

        406. Grey - headed Bush shrike

        407. Rosy - patched shrike

        408. Nicator (occurs in acacia forest near Voi)

        409. Grey Tit

        410. White - breasted Tit

        411. African penduline Tit

        412. Mouse - coloured penduline Tit

        413. European Golden Oriole

        414. African Golden Oriole

        415. Black - headed Oriole

        416. Pied crow

        417. White - naped Raven

        418. Fan - tailed Raven

        419. Wattled starling

        420. Violet - backed starling

        421. Abbott’s starling (recorded chyulu hills forest)

        422. Blue - eared Glossy starling

        423. Black - breasted Glossy starling

        424. Ruppell’s long - tailed starling

        425. Golden - breasted starling

        426. Red - wing starling

        427. Fischer’s starling

        428. Hildebrandt’s starling

        429. Shelley’s starling

        430. Superb starling

        431. Yellow - billed oxpecker

        432. Red – billed oxpecker

        433. Yellow white - eye

        434. Bronzy sunbird

        435. Beautiful sunbird (black - bellied race)

        436. Smaller Black - bellied sunbird (inhabits acacia trees near rivers)

        437. Little purple - banded sunbird

        438. Violet - breasted sunbird

        439. Mariqua sunbird

        440. Variable sunbird

        441. Eastern Double - collared sunbird (chyulu hills forest)

        442. Amethyst sunbird

        443. Scarlet - chested sunbird (chyulu hills)

        444. Hunter's sunbird

        445. Olive sunbird

        446. Collared sunbird

        447. Kenya violet - backed sunbird

        448. White - headed buffalo weaver

        449. Buffalo weaver

        450. White - browed sparrow weaver

        451. Grey  - headed social weaver

        452. Black - capped social weaver

        453. Rufous sparrow

        454. Swahili sparrow

        455. Parrot - billed sparrow

        456. Chestnut sparrow

        457. Yellow- spotted petronia

        458. Specle - fronted weaver

        459. Layard’s Black - headed weaver

        460. Masked weaver

        461. Vitelline masked weaver

        462. Chestnut weaver

        463. Golden palm weaver

        464. Black - necked weaver

        465. Spectacled weaver

        466. Golden weaver

        467. Holub’s Golden weaver

        468. Reichenow’s weaver (chyulu hills)

        469. Grosbeak weaver

        470. Red - headed weaver

        471. Red  - billed quelea

        472. Red  - headed quelea

        473. Cardinal quelea

        474. Red bishop

        475. Zanzibar red bishop

        476. Black  - winged bishop

        477. Yellow bishop

        478. Fire - fronted bishop

        479. Fan - tailed widow - bird

        480. Red  - collared widow - bird

        481. Bronze mannikin

        482. Rufous - backed mannikin

        483. Silver bill

        485. Grey - headed silver bill

        486. Cut throat

        487. Quail Finch

        488. Parasitic weaver

        489. Peters' Twin  - spot (occurs in dense cover; easily overlooked)

        490. Green - winged pytilia

        491. African Fire Finch

        492. Jameson’s Fire Finch

        493. Red - billed Fire Finch

        494. Yellow - bellied waxbill

        495. Waxbill

        496. Black - cheeked waxbill

        497. Red - cheeked cordon bleu

        498. Blue - capped cordon bleu

        499. Purple Grenadiaer

        500. Indigo - bird

        501. Pin - tailed whydah

        502. Steel – blue whydah

        503. Paradise whydah

        504. Fischer’s straw – tailed whydah

        505. Yellow - fronted canary

        506. White - bellied canary

        507. Brimstone canary

        508. Kenya Grosbeak canary

        509. Yellow - rumped seed - eater

        510. Streaky seed - eater

        511. Golden – breasted bunting

        512. Somali Golden - breasted bunting

        513. Cinnamon – breasted rock bunting

Marsabit National Park

MAMMALS OF MARSABIT NATIONAL PARK:

  • 1. Spectacled Elephant shrew (in dry scrub at lower altitudes)
  • 2. East African Hedgehog
  • 3. Rousette Fruit Bat
  • 4. Epauletted Fruit Bat
  • 5. Pale - bellied Fruit Bat
  • 6. White - bellied Tomb Bat
  • 7. Hollow - faced Bat
  • 8. False vampire Bat
  • 9. Yellow - winged Bat (in acacia thickets)
  • 10. Lander’s Horseshoe Bat
  • 11. Lesser leaf - nosed Bat
  • 12. Banana Bat or African pipistrelle
  • 13. Yellow - bellied Bat
  • 14. Angola Free - tailed Bat
  • 15. White - bellied Free Tailed Bat
  • 16. Black - faced vervet monkey
  • 17. Blue or Syke’s monkey
  • 18. Patas monkey (reputed to occur but not confirmed)
  • 19. Olive Baboon
  • 20. Black and white colobus (reputed to occur, but no recent records)
  • 21. Lesser Ground Pangolin
  • 22. Golden Jackal
  • 23. Black - backed or Silver - backed Jackal
  • 24. Side - striped Jackal
  • 25. Bat - eared Fox
  • 26. Zorilla
  • 27. Ratel or Honey Badger
  • 28. African Civet
  • 29. Neumann’s or Small - Spotted Genet
  • 30. Bush or Large - Spotted Genet
  • 31. Dwarf Mongoose
  • 32. Large Grey Mongoose
  • 33. Slendet or Black - Tipped Mongoose
  • 34. White - Tailed Mongoose
  • 35. Banded Mongoose
  • 36. Aardwolf
  • 37. Spotted Hyaena
  • 38. Striped Hyaena
  • 39. Cheetah (uncommon)
  • 40. Caracal
  • 41. African wildcat
  • 42. Serval
  • 43. Lion
  • 44. Leopard
  • 45. Ant Bear
  • 46. African Elephant
  • 47. Grevy’s zebra
  • 48. Warthog
  • 49. Reticulated Giraffe
  • 50. Bush Duiker
  • 51. Klipspringer
  • 52. Suni
  • 53. Guenther’s Dik-dik
  • 54. Grant’s Gazelle (The race petersi  in which fawn body colour extends to root of tail;  horns almost parallel)
  • 55. Gerenuk
  • 56. Beisa Oryx
  • 57. Bushbuck
  • 58. Greater Kudu
  • 59. Lesser Kudu
  • 60. African Buffalo
  • 61. African Hare
  • 62. Porcupine
  • 63. Striped Ground Squirrel
  • 64. Unstriped Ground Squirrel
  • 65. Bush Squirrel
  • 66. East African Red Squirrel (reputed to occur but not confirmed)
  • 67. Spring Hare (reputed to occur but not confirmed)
  • 68. African Dormouse
  • 69. Giant Rat
  • 70. Kenya Mole Rat (A mole rat of unknown species occurs on Marsabit)
  • 71. Naked Mole Rat

BIRDS OF MARSABIT NATIONAL PARK ( KENYA);

  • 1. Somali ostrich
  • 2. Little Grebe (recorded on lake paradise)
  • 3. Purple Heron (recorded on lake paradise)
  • 4. Buff - backed Heron or Cattle Egret
  • 5. Squacco Heron
  • 6. White Stork
  • 7. European Black Stork
  • 8. Abdim’s Stork
  • 9. Saddle - Bill Stork (Rare)
  • 10. Marabou Stork
  • 11. Wood Ibis or Yellow - Billed Stork
  • 12. Sacred Ibis
  • 13. Hadada Ibis
  • 14. Maccoa Duck
  • 15. African Pochard (spasmodic visitor)
  • 16. European Shoveler
  • 17. Yellow - billed Duck
  • 18. Garganey Teal
  • 19. Hottentot Teal
  • 20. Red - billed Duck
  • 21. European Pintail
  • 22. Fulvous Tree Duck
  • 23. Knob – Billed Duck
  • 24. Egyptian Goose
  • 25. Spur - wing Goose (the numbers of waterbirds at Marsabit depend on the water level in lake paradise; during the occasional years of heavy rains wild - fowl occurs commonly)
  • 26. Secretary Bird (Rare)
  • 27. Ruppell’s Vulture
  • 28. White - backed Vulture
  • 29. Nubian or Lappet faced Vulture
  • 30. White - headed Vulture
  • 31. Egyptian Vulture
  • 32. Hooded Vulture
  • 33. Peregrine
  • 34. Lanner
  • 35. European Hobby (spring migrant)
  • 36. Eastern Red - footed Falcon (occurs on spring migration in small numbers. Usually associated with migrating Lesser kestrels)
  • 37. European Kestrel
  • 38. African kestrel (resident in small numbers)
  • 39. Greater or White - eyed Kestrel
  • 40. Fox Kestrel (uncommon visitor)
  • 41. Lesser Kestrel
  • 42. Pygmy Falcon
  • 43. Swallow - tailed kite (spasmodic visitor. Sometimes nests at edge of Dida Galgalla desert north of Marsabit)
  • 44. European Black Kite
  • 45. African Black Kite
  • 46. Black - Shouldered Kite
  • 47. Honey Buzzard (uncommon on spring migration)
  • 48. Steppe Eagle
  • 49. Tawny Eagle (the very pale cream - coloured phase occurs)
  • 50. African Hawk Eagle
  • 51. Booted Eagle (uncommon migrant and water visitor)
  • 52. Martial Eagle
  • 53. Crowned Hawk Eagle (reputed to occur but not confirmed)
  • 54. Long - Crested Eagle
  • 55. Lizard Buzzard
  • 56. Brown Harrier Eagle
  • 57. Black - Chested Harrier Eagle
  • 58. Spotted Eagle (rare visitor)
  • 59. Lesser Spotted Eagle (rare visitor)
  • 60. Grasshopper Buzzard
  • 61. Bateleur
  • 62. Lammergeyer (uncommon, but may breed in the cliffs of Gof Bongoli)
  • 63. Steppe Buzzard
  • 64. Mountain Buzzard (resident in small numbers)
  • 65. Long - Legged Buzzard (rare visitor)
  • 66. Augur Buzzard
  • 67. Rufous – Breasted Sparrow Hawk
  • 68. Great Sparrow Hawk
  • 69. Shikra
  • 70. African Goshawk
  • 71. Gabar Goshawk
  • 72. Pale Chanting Goshawk
  • 73. Montagu's Harrier
  • 74. Pallid Harrier
  • 75. European Marsh Harrier
  • 76. Harrier Hawk
  • 77. Crested Francolin
  • 78. Scaly Francolin
  • 79. Yellow - necked Spurfowl
  • 80. Harlequin quail
  • 81. Stone patridge
  • 82. Helmeted Guinea - fowl
  • 83. Vulturine Guinea - fowl
  • 84. European corn crake (uncommon spring migrant)
  • 85. Crowned crane
  • 86. Kori Bustard
  • 87. Heuglin’s Bustard (Rare on Marsabit, but common in the Dida Galgalla desert immediately to the north)
  • 88. Buff - crested Bustard
  • 89. Hartlaub’s Bustard
  • 90. European stone curlew (Rare winter visitor)
  • 91. Senegal stone curlew
  • 92. Spotted stone curlew
  • 93. Caspian plover
  • 94. Crowned plover
  • 95. Spurwing plover (lake paradise)
  • 96. Blackhead plover
  • 97. Black - winged stilt
  • 98. Ruff (uncommon visitor to lake paradise)
  • 99. Common sandpiper (lake paradise)
  • 100. Wood sandpiper (lake paradise)
  • 101. Greenshank (uncommon visitor to lake paradise)
  • 102. Cream - coloured courser
  • 103. Temminck’s courser (much less common than the cream - coloured courser)
  • 104. Heuglin’s courser
  • 105. Bronze - winged courser
  • 106. Pratincole (uncommon visitor to lake paradise)
  • 107. Button quail
  • 108. Chestnut - bellied sandgrouse
  • 109. Black - faced sandgrouse
  • 110. Lichtenstein’s sandgrouse
  • 111. Speckled pigeon
  • 112. Olive pigeon
  • 113. Pink - breasted Dove
  • 114. Red – eyed Dove
  • 115. Mourning Dove
  • 116. Ring - necked Dove
  • 117. Laughing Dove
  • 118. Namaqua Dove
  • 119. Tambourine Dove
  • 120. Emerald - spotted wood Dove
  • 121. Bruce’s Green Pigeon
  • 122. European cuckoo (spring migrant)
  • 123. African cuckoo
  • 124. Red - chested cuckoo
  • 125. Black cuckoo
  • 126. Great spotted cuckoo
  • 127. Black and white cuckoo
  • 128. Emerald cuckoo
  • 129. Didric cuckoo
  • 130. Klaa's cuckoo
  • 131. Blue - headed coucal
  • 132. White - browed coucal
  • 133. Hartlaub’s Turaco
  • 134. White - bellied Go-away-bird
  • 135. European Roller
  • 136. Lilac - breasted Roller
  • 137. Rufous - crowned Roller
  • 138. Broad - billed Roller
  • 139. Pygmy Kingfisher
  • 140. Grey - headed Kingfisher
  • 141. Striped Kingfisher
  • 142. European Bee - eater
  • 143. Madagascar Bee - eater
  • 144. Blue cheeked Bee - eater
  • 145. Carmine Bee - eater (spasmodic visitor, sometimes common)
  • 146. White - throated Bee - eater
  • 147. Little Bee - eater
  • 148. Cinnamon - chested Bee – eater
  • 149. Somali Bee - eater (common in the Dida Galgalla desert north of Marsabit)
  • 150. Grey Hornbill
  • 151. Red - billed Hornbill
  • 152. Yellow - billed Hornbill (uncommon)
  • 153. Von der Decken’s Hornbill
  • 154. Crowned Hornbill
  • 155. Abyssinian Ground Hornbill
  • 156. European Hoopoe
  • 157. Senegal Hoopoe
  • 158. Green wood Hoopoe
  • 159. Abyssinian scimitar - bill
  • 160. African Barn owl
  • 161. African Scops owl
  • 162. White - faced scops owl
  • 163. Pearl - Spotted owlet
  • 164. Barred owlet
  • 165. Spotted Eagle owl
  • 166. Verreaux’s Eagle owl
  • 167. European Nightjar
  • 168. Dusky Nightjar
  • 169. Donaldson - Smith’s Nightjar
  • 170. Nubian Nightjar
  • 171. Freckled Nightjar (associated with rocky outcrops)
  • 172. Star - spotted Nightjar (this little - known species is common on Marsabit)
  • 173. Plain Nightjar
  • 174. Abyssinian Nightjar
  • 175. Standard - wing Nightjar (uncommon visitor. A few may breed)
  • 176. Pennant - wing Nightjar (one record)
  • 177. Long - tailed Nightjar
  • 178. Speckled mousebird
  • 179. Blue - naped mousebird
  • 180. Narina’s Trogon (resident in small numbers)
  • 181. Brown - throated Barbet
  • 182. Red - fronted Barbet
  • 183. Red - fronted Tinkerbird
  • 184. Red and Yellow Barbet
  • 185. D’ Arnaud’s Barbet
  • 186. Greater Honey guide
  • 187. Scaly - throated Honey guide
  • 188. Lesser Honey guide
  • 189. Nubian woodpecker
  • 190. Cardinal woodpecker
  • 191. Bearded woodpecker
  • 192. Nyanza swift
  • 193. Scarce swift
  • 194. Alpine swift
  • 195. Mottled swift
  • 196. Little swift
  • 197. White - rumped swift
  • 198. Palm swift
  • 199. William’s Bushlark
  • 200. Redwing Bushlark
  • 201. Flappet lark
  • 202. Fawn - coloured lark
  • 203. Pink - breasted lark
  • 204. Crested lark (occurs commonly in sandy areas)
  • 205. Short - crested lark (found in lava country)
  • 206. Short - tailed lark
  • 207. Chestnut - backed sparrow lark
  • 208. Fischer’s sparrow lark
  • 209. Red - capped lark
  • 210. Masked lark (occurs both on Marsabit and commonly in Dida Galgalla desert)
  • 211. European white wagtail (uncommon winter visitor)
  • 212. African pied wagtail
  • 213. Blue - headed wagtail and races (common winter visitor and spring migrant)
  • 214. Long - billed pipit
  • 215. Richard’s pipit
  • 216. Tree pipit
  • 217. Red - Throated pipit (spring migrant, often associated with Blue - headed wagtails)
  • 217. Yellow - Throated longclaw
  • 218. Rufous chatterer
  • 219. Abyssinian Hill Babbler
  • 220. Yellow - vented Bulbul
  • 221. Northern Brownbul
  • 222. Fischer’s Greenbul
  • 223. Yellow - Whiskered Greenbul
  • 224. European Spotted Flycatcher
  • 225. Dusky Flycatcher
  • 226. Pale Flycatcher
  • 227. Grey Flycatcher
  • 228. White - eyed Slaty Flycatcher
  • 229. Black - Throated Wattle Eye
  • 230. Paradise Flycatcher
  • 231. Olive Thrush
  • 232. European Rock Thrush
  • 233. Little Rock Thrush
  • 234. European Common Wheatear
  • 235. Isabelline Wheatear
  • 236. Pied Wheatear
  • 237. Capped Wheatear
  • 238. Cliff Chat
  • 239. Stone Chat
  • 240. European Whinchat
  • 241. White - browed Robin Chat
  • 242. Ruppell’s Robin Chat
  • 243. Red - Capped Robin Chat
  • 244. Robin Chat
  • 245. Spotted Morning Warbler
  • 246. White - Winged Scrub Robin
  • 247. White - Throated Robin (winter visitor in small numbers)
  • 248. European Nightingale
  • 249. Thrush Nightingale or Sprosser
  • 250. European White Throat
  • 251. Garden Warbler
  • 252. Blackcap Warbler
  • 253. Barred Warbler
  • 254. European Sedge Warbler
  • 255. European Willow Warbler
  • 256. Brown Woodland Warbler
  • 257. Grey Wren Warbler
  • 258. Grey Apalis
  • 259. Black - Breasted Apalis
  • 260. Grey - Capped Warbler
  • 261. Crombec
  • 262. Banded Tit Warbler
  • 263. Yellow Bellied Eremomela
  • 264. Yellow - Vented Eremomela
  • 265. Grey - Backed Camaroptera
  • 266. Rattling Cisticola
  • 267. Ashy Cisticola
  • 268. European Swallow
  • 269. Ethiopian Swallow
  • 270. Wire - Tailed Swallow
  • 271. Red - Rumped Swallow
  • 272. Mosque Swallow
  • 273. Striped Swallow
  • 274. European Sand Martin
  • 275. African Sand Martin
  • 276. Banded Martin
  • 277. African Rock Martin
  • 278. Black Rough - Wing Swallow
  • 279. Grey cuckoo - Shrike
  • 280. Drongo
  • 281. Retz’s Red - Billed Shrike
  • 282. White - Crowned Shrike
  • 283. Northern Brubru
  • 284. Lesser Grey Shrike (passage migrant, commonest in spring)
  • 285. Fiscal Shrike
  • 286. Somali Fiscal
  • 287. Taita Fiscal
  • 288. Red - Backed Shrike
  • 289. Slate - Coloured Boubou
  • 290. Tropical Boubou
  • 291. Black - Headed Tchagra
  • 292. Three - Streaked Tchagra
  • 293. Sulphur - Breasted Bush Shrike
  • 294. Grey - Headed Bush Shrike
  • 295. Rosy - Patched Shrike
  • 296. Grey Tit
  • 297. White - Breasted Tit
  • 298. Mouse - Coloured Penduline Tit
  • 299. European Golden Oriole
  • 300. Black - Headed Oriole
  • 301. Dwarf or Lesser Brown - Necked Raven
  • 302. Cape Rock
  • 303. White - Naped Raven
  • 304. Fan - Tailed Raven
  • 305. Wattled Starling
  • 306. Violet - Backed Starling
  • 307. Ruppell’s Long - Tailed Starling
  • 308. Golden - Breasted Starling (occurs in bush country)
  • 309. Bristle - Crowned Starling
  • 310. Superb Starling
  • 311. Yellow - Billed Oxpecker
  • 312. Red - Billed Oxpecker
  • 313. Yellow White Eye
  • 314. Variable Sunbird
  • 315. Eastern Double - Collared Sunbird
  • 316. Amethyst Sunbird
  • 317. Hunter’s Sunbird
  • 318. Collared Sunbird
  • 319. Kenya Violet - Backed Sunbird
  • 320. Buffalo Weaver
  • 321. White - Headed Buffalo Weaver
  • 322. White – Browed Sparrow Weaver
  • 323. Donaldson - Smith’s Sparrow Weaver
  • 324. Grey - Headed Social Weaver
  • 325. Rufous Sparrow
  • 326. Swahili Sparrow
  • 327. Chestnut Sparrow
  • 328. Yellow - Spotted Petronia
  • 329. Speckle - Fronted Weaver
  • 330. Masked Weaver
  • 331. Chestnut Weaver
  • 332. Black - Necked Weaver
  • 333. Spectacled Weaver
  • 334. Reichenow’s Weaver
  • 335. Brown - Capped Weaver
  • 336. Red - Headed Weaver
  • 337. Red - Billed Quelea
  • 338. Cardinal Quelea
  • 339. Yellow Bishop
  • 340. Bronze Mannikin
  • 341. Silver Bill
  • 342. Grey - Headed Negro Finch
  • 343. Cut – Throat
  • 344. Green - Winged Pytilia
  • 345. Red - Billed Fire Finch
  • 346. Yellow - Bellied Waxbill
  • 347. Waxbill
  • 348. Red - Cheeked Cordon - Bleu
  • 349. Blue - Capped Cordon - Bleu
  • 350. Purple Grenadier
  • 351. Indigo - Bird
  • 352. Pin - Tailed Whydah
  • 353. Steel - Blue Whydah
  • 354. Fischer’s Straw - Tailed Whydah
  • 355. Paradise Whydah
  • 356. Yellow - Fronted Canary
  • 357. Brimstone Canary
  • 358. Streaky Seed - Eater
  • 359. Somali Golden - Breasted Bunting
  • 360. Cinnamon - Breasted Rock Bunting
Samburu - Buffalo Springs - Shaba National Parks

MAMMALS OF SAMBURU -  BUFFALO SPRINGS - SHABA NATIONAL PARKS

  • 1. Spectacled Elephant Shrew
  • 2. Rousette Fruit Bat
  • 3. Epauletted Fruit Bat
  • 4. Pale - Bellied Fruit Bat
  • 5. White - Bellied Tomb Bat
  • 6. Hollow – Faced Bat
  • 7. False Vampire Bat
  • 8. Yellow - Winged Bat
  • 9. Lander’s Horseshoe Bat
  • 10. Lesser leaf - Nosed Bat
  • 11. Banana Bat or African Pipistrelle
  • 12. Yellow - Bellied Bat
  • 13. White - Bellied Free - Tailed Bat
  • 14. Greater Galago
  • 15. Bush Baby
  • 16. Black – Faced Vervet Monkey
  • 17. Blue or Sykes’ Monkey
  • 18. Olive Baboon
  • 19. Golden Jackal
  • 20. Black - Backed or Silver Backed Jackal
  • 21. Bat - Eared Fox
  • 22. Zorilla
  • 23. Ratel or Honey Badger
  • 24. Clawless Otter (Rare)
  • 24. African Civet
  • 25. Neumann’s or Small - Spotted Genet
  • 26. Bush or Large - Spotted Genet
  • 27. Marsh Mongoose
  • 28. Dwarf Mongoose
  • 29. Large Grey Mongoose
  • 30. Slender or Black - Tipped Mongoose
  • 31. White - Tailed Mongoose
  • 32. Banded Mongoose
  • 33. Aardwolf
  • 34. Spotted Hyaena
  • 35. Striped Hyaena
  • 36. Cheetah
  • 37. Caracal
  • 38. African Wildcat
  • 39. Serval
  • 40. Lion
  • 41. Leopard
  • 42. Tree Hyrax
  • 43. Rock Hyrax
  • 44. African Elephant
  • 45. Grevy’s Zebra
  • 46. Burchell’s or Common Zebra
  • 47. Hippopotamus
  • 48. Warthog
  • 49. Reticulated Giraffe
  • 50. Harvey’s Red Duiker
  • 51. Blue Duiker
  • 52. Klipspringer
  • 53. Steinbok
  • 54. Kirk’s Dik - dik
  • 55. Guenther’s Dik - dik
  • 56. Common Waterbuck (intermediates between Common and Defassa waterbucks have been recorded on Uaso Nyiro River)
  • 57. Impala
  • 58. Grant’s Gazelle
  • 59. Gerenuk
  • 60. Beisa Oryx
  • 61. Bushbuck
  • 62. Lesser Kudu
  • 63. Eland
  • 64. African Buffalo
  • 65. African Hare
  • 66. Porcupine
  • 67. Striped Ground Squirrel
  • 68. Unstriped Ground Squirrel
  • 69. Bush Squirrel
  • 70. East African Red Squirrel
  • 71. Spring Hare
  • 72. African Dormouse
  • 73. Naked Mole Rat

 

BIRDS OF SAMBURU -  BUFFALO SPRINGS - SHABA NATIONAL PARKS(KENYA);

  • 1. Somali Ostrich
  • 2. Little Grebe
  • 3. Long - Tailed Cormorant
  • 4. African Darter
  • 5. Grey Heron
  • 6. Black - Headed Heron
  • 7. Goliath Heron
  • 8. Great White Egret
  • 9. Little Egret
  • 10. Buff - Backed Heron or Cattle Egret
  • 11. Green - Backed Heron
  • 12. Night Heron
  • 13. Hamerkop
  • 14. White Stork (Rare visitor)
  • 15. Woolly - Necked Stork (uncommon visitor)
  • 16. Abdim’s Stork (spasmodic visitor, sometimes in flocks)
  • 17. Open – Bill Stork (single record)
  • 18. Saddle - Bill Stork (uncommon)
  • 19. Marabou Stork
  • 20. Wood Ibis or Yellow - Billed Stork
  • 21. Sacred Ibis
  • 22. Hadada Ibis
  • 23. Egyptian Goose
  • 24. Secretary Bird
  • 25. Ruppell’s Vulture
  • 26. White - Backed Vulture
  • 27. Nubian or Lappet - Faced Vulture
  • 28. White – Headed Vulture
  • 29. Egyptian Vulture
  • 30. Hooded Vulture
  • 31. Peregrine
  • 32. Lanner
  • 33. European Hobby (spring passage migrant)
  • 34. Red - Necked Falcon (Rare)
  • 35. European Kestrel
  • 36. Greater or White – Eyed Kestrel
  • 37. Lesser Kestrel
  • 38. Pygmy Falcon
  • 39. Swallow - Tailed Kite (Rare visitor)
  • 40. European Black Kite
  • 41. African Black Kite
  • 42. Black - Shouldered Kite
  • 43. Bat Hawk (one recorded near Samburu lodge)
  • 44. Honey Buzzard (Rare visitor)
  • 45. Verreaux’s Eagle
  • 46. Steppe eagle
  • 47. Tawny Eagle
  • 48. Wahlberg’s Eagle
  • 49. African Hawk Eagle (Rare)
  • 50. Booted Eagle (Rare visitor)
  • 51. Martial Eagle
  • 52. Long - Crested Hawk Eagle
  • 53. Lizard Buzzard
  • 54. Brown Harrier Eagle
  • 55. Black - Chested Harrier Eagle
  • 56. Lesser Spotted Eagle (Rare winter visitor)
  • 57. Grasshopper Buzzard (uncommon visitor)
  • 58. Grasshopper Buzzard (uncommon visitor)
  • 59. Bateleur
  • 60. African Fish Eagle
  • 61. Lammergeyer (rare visitor)
  • 62. Steppe Buzzard
  • 63. Little Sparrow Hawk
  • 64. Shikra
  • 65. Gabar Goshawk
  • 66. Pale Chanting Goshawk
  • 67. Montagu’s Harrier
  • 68. Pallid Harrier
  • 69. European Marsh Harrier
  • 70. Harrier Hawk
  • 71. Osprey (rare visitor)
  • 72. Crested Francolin
  • 73. Yellow - Necked Spurfowl
  • 74. Harlequin Quail
  • 75. Stone Patridge (occurs on rocky hills)
  • 76. Helmeted Guinea - Fowl
  • 77. Vulturine Guinea - Fowl
  • 78. Crowned Crane (uncommon visitor)
  • 79. Kori Bustard
  • 80. Heuglin’s Bustard ( uncommon)
  • 81. Buff - Crested Bustard
  • 82. Spotted Stone Curlew
  • 83. Water Dikkop
  • 84. Little Ringed Plover
  • 85. Three - Banded Plover
  • 86. Caspian Plover (rare visitor)
  • 87. Crowned Plover
  • 88. Senegal Plover (uncommon visitor)
  • 89. Blackhead Plover (mainly nocturnal; often on airstrip at dusk)
  • 90. Common Sandpiper
  • 91. Green Sandpiper
  • 92. Greenshank
  • 93. Cream - Coloured Courser
  • 94. Temminck’s courser
  • 95. Two - Banded Courser
  • 96. Heuglin’s Courser
  • 97. Bronze - Winged Courser
  • 98. Pratincole (uncommon)
  • 99. Button Quail
  • 100. Chestnut - Bellied Sandgrouse
  •         101. Black - Faced Sandgrouse        102. Lichtensteins Sandgrouse        103. Speckled Pigeon        104. Red - Eyed Dove        105. Mourning Dove

            106. Ring - Necked Dove

            107. Laughing Dove

            108. Namaqua Dove

            109. Tambourine Dove

            110. Emerald - Spotted Wood Dove

            111. Green Pigeon

            112. European Cuckoo

            113. African Cuckoo

            114. Red - Chested Cuckoo

            115. Black Cuckoo

            116. Great - Spotted Cuckoo (uncommon)

            117. Levaillant's Cuckoo

            118. Black and White Cuckoo

            119. Emerald Cuckoo

            120. Didric Cuckoo

            121. Klaas' Cuckoo

            122. White - Browed Coucal

            123. White - Bellied Go – Away - Bird

            124. Orange - Bellied Parrot (uncommon)

            125. Brown Parrot

            126. European Roller

            127. Lilac - Breasted Roller

            128. Rufous - Crowned Roller

            129. Broad - Billed Roller

            130. Pied Kingfisher

            131. Giant Kingfisher

            132. Half - Collared Kingfisher (Rare)

            133. Malachite Kingfisher

            134. Brown - Hooded Kingfisher (uncommon along river)

            135. Pygmy Kingfisher

            136. Grey Headed Kingfisher

            137. Striped Kingfisher

            138. European Bee - Eater (mainly spring passage migrant)

            139. Madagascar Bee - Eater

            140. Blue - Cheeked Bee - Eater (uncommon migrant)

            141. Carmine Bee - Eater (occasional visitor)

            142. White - Throated Bee - Eater

            143. Little Bee - Eater

            144. Somali Bee - Eater

            145. Grey Hornbill

            146. Red - Billed Hornbill

            147. Yellow - Billed Hornbill (uncommon)

            148. Von der Decken's Hornbill

            149. Crowned Hornbill

            150. European Hoopoe (mainly spring migrant)

            151. African Hoopoe

            152. Green Wood Hoopoe

            153. Scimitar - Bill

            154. Abyssinian Scimitar - Bill

            155. African Barn Owl (single record)

            156. African Marsh Owl

            157. African Scops Owl

            158. White - Faced Scops Owl

            159. Pearl - Spotted Owlet

            160. Spotted Eagle Owl

            161. Verreaux's Eagle Owl

            162. European Nightjar

            163. Dusky Nightjar

            164. Donaldson - Smith's Nightjar

            165. Nubian Nightjar (uncommon)

            166. Freckled Nightjar  (associated with rocky outcrops)

            167. Plain Nightjar

            168. Pennat - Wing Nightjar (uncommon visitor. July /September)

            169. Long - Tailed Nightjar

            170. Speckled Mousebird

            171. White - Headed Mouse Bird ( usually found in flowering acacia bushes; feeds on blossoms)

            172. Blue - Naped  Mousebird

            173. Narina's Trogon (rare in riverine woodland)

            174. Brown - Breasted Barbet (Uncommon. Frequents fruiting fig  trees along river)

            175. Brown - Throated Barbet

            176. Spotted - Flanked Barbet

            177. Red - Fronted Barbet

            178. Red - Fronted Tinkerbird

            179. Red and Yellow Barbet

            180. D Arnaud's Barbet

            181. Greater Honey Guide

            182. Lesser Honey Guide

            183. Nubian Woodpecker

            184. Cardinal Woodpecker

            185. Bearded Woodpecker

            186. Grey Woodpecker

            187. Nyanza Swift

            188. Mottled Swift

            189. Little Swift

            190. White - Rumped Swift

            191. Palm Swift

            192. Singing Bushlark

            193. Northern White - Tailed Lark (These two Larks appear after good rains when there is long grass)

            194. Redwing Bush Lark

            195. Flappet Lark

            196. Faun - Coloured Lark (Frequents open bush country)

            197. Pink - Breasted Lark

            198. Chestnut - Backed Sparrow Lark

            199. Chestnut -  Headed Sparrow Lark

            200. Fischer’s Sparrow Lark

            201. Red - Capped Lark

            202. African Pied Wagtail

            203. Blue - Headed Wagtail and races (mainly on passage migration)

            204. Long - Billed Pipit

            205. Richard’s Pipit

            206. Golden Pipit (uncommon)

            207. Little Tawny Pipit

            208. Yellow - Throated Longclaw

            209. Arrow - Marked Babbler

            210. Rufous Chatterer

            211. Yellow - Vented Bulbul

            212. Northern Brownbul

            213. European Spotted Flycatcher

            214. Dusky Flycatcher

            215. Ashy Flycatcher

            216. Pale Flycatcher

            217. Grey Flycatcher

            218. South African Black Flycatcher

            219. Silver Bird (uncommon)

            220. Chin - Spot Flycatcher

            221. Pygmy Puff - Back Flycatcher

            222. Black - Throated Wattle - Eye

            223. Paradise Flycatcher

            224. Olive Thrush

            225. Bare - Eyed Thrush

            226. European Rock Thrush

            227. European Common Wheat ear

            228. Isabelline Wheat ear

            229. Pied Wheat ear

            230. Capped Wheatear

            231. European Whinchat (uncommon migrant)

            232. White - Browed Robin Chat

            233. Red - Capped Chat

            234. Robin Chat

            235. Spotted Morning Warbler

            236. Red - Backed Scrub Robin

            237. White - Winged Scrub Robin

            238. White - Throated Robin (rare winter visitor)

            239. European Nightingale.

            240. Thrush Nightingale/ Sprosser

            241. Garden Warbler

            242. Blackcap Warbler

            243. Barred Warbler

            244. Olive - Tree Warbler

            245. European Sedge Warbler

            246. European Willow Warbler

            247. Grey Wren Warbler

            248. Black - Breasted Apalis

            249. Red - Faced Apalis

            250. Buff - Bellied Warbler

            251. Crombec

            252. Banded Tit - Warbler

            253. Yellow - Bellied Eremomela

            254. Yellow - Vented Eremomela

            255.  Grey - Backed Camaroptera

            256. Pectoral - Patch Cisticola

            257. Rattling Cisticola

            258. Tiny Cisticola

            259. Ashy Cisticola

            260. Tawny -  Flanked Prinia

            261. European Swallow

            262. Angola Swallow

            263. Ethiopian Swallow (uncommon)

            264. Wire - Tailed Swallow

            265. Red - Rumped Swallow

            266. Striped Swallow

            267. Grey Rumped Swallow (uncommon)

            268. European Sand Martin

            269. African Sand Martin

            270. Banded Martin

            271. African Rock Martin

            272. Black Rough - Wing Swallow (uncommon visitor)

            273. Black Cuckoo Shrike

            274. Drongo

            275. White - Crowned Shrike

            276. Northern  Brubru

            277. Lesser Grey Shrike (mainly spring passage migrant)

            278. Somali Fiscal (rare visitor)

            279. Taita Fiscal

            280. Long - Tailed Fiscal

            281. Red - Backed Shrike

            282. Red - Tailed Shrike

            283. Slate - Coloured  Boubou

            284. Tropical Boubou

            285. Black - Headed Puff - back

            286. Black - Headed Tchagra

            287. Three - Streaked Tchagra

            288. Sulphur - Breasted Bush Shrike

            289. Grey - Headed Bushshrike

            290. Rosy - Patched Shrike

            291. Grey Tit

            292. White - Breasted Tit

            293. Mouse - Coloured Penduline Tit

            294. European Golden Oriole (mainly spring passage migrant)

            295. Black -  Headed Oriole

            296. Dwarf or Lesser - Brown -  Necked Raven

            297. Fan - Tailed Raven

            298. White - Naped Raven

            299. Wattled Starling

            300. Violet  - Backed Starling (spasmodic visitor)

            301. Magpie Starling (uncommon visitor in small numbers)

            302. Blue - Eared Starling

            303. Black -  Breasted Glossy Starling (uncommon visitor)

            304. Ruppell’s Long - Tailed Starling

            305. Bristle - Crowned Starling

            306. Golden - Breasted Starling

            307. Hildebrandt’s Starling

            308. Superb Starling

            309. Yellow - Billed Oxpecker

            310. Red - Billed Oxpecker

            311. Yellow White - Eye

            312. Smaller Black - Bellied Sunbird (rare)

            313. Shining Sunbird (rare visitor)

            314. Mariqua Sunbird

            315. Variable Sunbird

            316. Hunter’s Sunbird

            317. Collared Sunbird

            318. Kenya Violet - Backed Sunbird

            319. Buffalo Weaver

            320. White - Headed Buffalo Weaver

            321. White - Browed Sparrow Weaver

            322. Donaldson - Smith’s Sparrow Weaver

            323. Grey - Headed Social Weaver

            324. Black -  Capped Social Weaver

            325. Rufous Sparrow

            326. Grey - Headed Sparrow

            327. Swahili Sparrow

            328. Chestnut Sparrow

            329. Yellow - Spotted Petronia

            330. Speckle -  Fronted Weaver

            331. Layard’s Black - Headed Weaver

            332. Masked Weaver

            333. Vitelline Masked Weaver

            334. Chestnut Weaver

            335. Black -  Necked Weaver

            336. Spectacled Weaver

            337. Golden Weaver

            338. Red - Headed Weaver

            339. Red -  Billed Quelea

            340. Cardinal Quelea

            341. Yellow Bishop

            342. Fire - Fronted Bishop (Appears in years of heavy rains when there is abundant grass)

            343. White - Winged Widow - Bird (spasmodic visitor)

            344. Bronze Mannikin

            345. Silver Bill

            346. Grey - Headed Silver Bill

            347. Cut - Throat

            348. Green - Winged Pytilia

            349. African Fire Finch

            350. Jamesson’s Fire Finch

            351. Red - Billed Fire Finch

            352. Waxbill

            353. Blue -  Faced Waxbill

            354. Red - Cheeked Cordon Bleu

            355. Blue - Capped Cordon Bleu

            356. Purple Grenadier

            357. Indigo - Bird

            358. Pin - Tailed Whydah

            359. Steel - Blue Whydah

            360. Fischer’s Straw -  Tailed Whydah

            361. Paradise Whydah

            362. Yellow - Fronted Canary

            363. White - Bellied Canary

            364. Yellow - Rumped Seed - Eater

            365. Somali Golden - Breasted Bunting

            366. Cinnamon - Breasted Rock Bunting

Lake Bogoria (Hannington) National Park

MAMMALS OF LAKE BOGORIA NATIONAL PARK

  • 1. Rufous Spectacled Elephant Shrew
  • 2. Epauletted Fruit Bat
  • 3. Yellow - Winged Bat
  • 4. White - Bellied Free - Tailed Bat
  • 5. Bush Baby
  • 6. Black - Faced Vervet Monkey
  • 7. Olive Baboon
  • 8. Black - Backed Jackal
  • 9. Bat - Eared Fox
  • 10. African Civet
  • 11. Small - Spotted Genet
  • 12. Dwarf Mongoose
  • 13. White - Tailed Mongoose
  • 14. Banded Mongoose
  • 15. Aardwolf
  • 16. Spotted Hyaena
  • 17. Cheetah (rare)
  • 18. Caracal
  • 19. African Wildcat
  • 20. Rock Hyrax
  • 21. Warthog
  • 22. Coke’s Hartebeest
  • 23. Bush Duiker
  • 24. Klipspringer
  • 25. Steenbok
  • 26. Kirk’s Dikdik
  • 27. Bohor Reedbuck
  • 28. Chanler’s Mountain Reedbuck
  • 29. Impala
  • 30. Grant’s Gazelle
  • 31. Gerenuk
  • 32. Greater Kudu
  • 33. African Buffalo
  • 34. African Hare
  • 35. Porcupine
  • 36. Unstriped Ground Squarrel
  • 37. Bush Squirrel
  • 38. Spring Hare
  • 39. Naked Mole Rat

BIRDS OF LAKE BOGORIA NATIONAL PARK( KENYA);

  • 1. Black - Necked Grebe
  • 2. Great - Crested Grebe
  • 3. Little Grebe
  • 4. White Pelican
  • 5. Pink - Backed Pelican
  • 6. White - Necked Cormorant
  • 7. Night Heron
  • 8. Great White Egret
  • 9. Yellow - Billed Egret
  • 10. Goliath Heron
  • 11. Purple Heron
  • 12. Yellow - Billed Stork
  • 13. African Spoonbill
  • 14. Greater Flamingo
  • 15. Lesser Flamingo
  • 16. White - Faced Tree Duck
  • 17. Egyptian Goose
  • 18. Spur - Winged Goose
  • 19. Cape Wigeon
  • 20. Garganey Teal
  • 21. Maccoa Duck
  • 22. Bateleur
  • 23. Dark Chanting Goshawk
  • 24. Gabar Goshawk
  • 25. Augur Buzzard
  • 26. Tawny Eagle
  • 27. Verreaux’s Eagle
  • 28. Fish Eagle
  • 29. Black Kite
  • 30. Black - Shouldered Kite
  • 31. Swallow - Tailed Kite (rare)
  • 32. Lanner
  • 33. Hildebrandt’s Francolin
  • 34. Crowned Crane
  • 35. Red - Knobbed Coot
  • 36. Painted Snipe
  • 37. Spur - Winged Plover
  • 38. Blackhead Plover
  • 39. Kittlitz’s Plover
  • 40. Three - Banded Plover
  • 41. Marsh Sand Piper
  • 42. Black - Tailed Godwit
  • 43. Black - Winged Stilt
  • 44. Avocet
  • 45. Water Dikkop
  • 46. Heuglin’s Courser
  • 47. Pratincole
  • 48. Grey - Headed Gull
  • 49. Chestnut - Bellied Sandgrouse
  • 50. Speckled pigeon
  • 51. White - Bellied Go - away - Bird
  • 52. Great Spotted Cuckoo
  • 53. Black and White Cuckoo
  • 54. Levaillant’s Cuckoo
  • 55. Spotted Eagle Owl
  • 56. Plain Nightjar
  • 57. Mottled Swift
  • 58. Nyanza Swift
  • 59. Horn Swift
  • 60. Blue - Naped Mouse Bird
  • 61. Pied Kingfisher
  • 62. Striped Kingfisher
  • 63. Grey - Headed Kingfisher
  • 64. Madagascar Bee - Eater
  • 65. White - Throated Bee - Eater
  • 66. Little Bee - Eater
  • 67. White - Fronted Bee - Eater
  • 68. European Roller
  • 69. Rufous - Crowned Roller
  • 70. Hoopoe
  • 71. Green Wood Hoopoe
  • 72. Grey Hornbill
  • 73. Jackson’s Hornbill
  • 74. Crowned Hornbill
  • 75. Hemprich’s Hornbill
  • 76. Abyssinian Ground Hornbill
  • 77. Brown - Throated Barbet
  • 78. Spotted Flanked Barbet
  • 79. Red - Fronted Barbet
  • 80. Red - Fronted Tinkerbird
  • 81. D’ Arnaud’s Barbet
  • 82. Red and Yellow Barbet
  • 83. Wahlberg’s Honey Guide
  • 84. Nubian Woodpecker
  • 85. Cardinal Woodpecker
  • 86. Grey Woodpecker
  • 87. Bearded Woodpecker
  • 88. Fawn - Coloured Lark
  • 89. Grey - Rumped Swallow
  • 90. African Rock Martin
  • 91. White Crowned Shrike
  • 92. Northern Brubru
  • 93. Three - Streaked Tchagra
  • 94. Rosy - Patched Shrike
  • 95. Slate - Coloured Boubou
  • 96. Sulphur - Breasted Bush Shrike
  • 97. Capped Wheat ear
  • 98. Cliff Chat
  • 99. Red - Backed Scrub Robin
  • 100. Spotted Morning Warbler
  • 101. Rufous Chatterer
  • 102. Crombec
  • 103. Banded Tit Warbler
  • 104. Pygmy Puff - Back
  • 105. Grey Tit
  • 106. Mouse - Coloured Penduline Tit
  • 107. Variable Sunbird
  • 108. Mariqua Sunbird
  • 109. Beautiful Sunbird
  • 110. Kenya Violet - Backed Sunbird
  • 111. Green - Winged Pytilia
  • 112. Purple Grenadier
  • 113. Red - Cheeked Cordon - Bleu
  • 114. Blue - Capped Cordon - Bleu
  • 115.Cut - Throat
  • 116. Silverbill
  • 117. Grey - Headed Silverbill
  • 118. Fischer’s straw - Tailed Whydah
  • 119. Steel - Blue Whydah
  • 120. Paradise Whydah
  • 121. Little Weaver
  • 122. Masked Weaver
  • 123. Vitelline Masked Weaver
  • 124. Yellow - Crowned Bishop
  • 125. White - Headed Buffalo Weaver
  • 126. White - Browned Sparrow Weaver
  • 127. Bristle - Crowned Starling
  • 128. Ruppell’s long - Tailed Starling
  • 129. Magpie Starling
  • 130. Wattled Starling
  • 131. Yellow - Billed Oxpecker
  • 132. Red - Billed Oxpecker
  • 133. Fan - Tailed Raven
  • 134. Cape Rook
  • 135. White - Necked Raven
Lambwe Valley Game Reserve

BIRDS OF LAMBWE VALLEY GAME RESERVE(KENYA)

  • 1. Rufous - Bellied Heron
  • 2. Abdim’s Stork
  • 3. Woolly - Necked Stork
  • 4. Saddle - Billed Stork
  • 5. Openbill stork
  • 6. African Spoonbill
  • 7. White - Faced Tree Duck
  • 8. African Marsh Harrier
  • 9. Beaudouin’s Harrier Eagle
  • 10. Grey Kestrel
  • 11. Painted Snipe
  • 12. Long - Toed Lapwing
  • 13. Senegal Plover
  • 14. Wattled Plover
  • 15. Bare - Faced Go - Away - Bird
  • 16. Eastern Grey Plantain - Eater
  • 17. Levaillant’s Cuckoo
  • 18. Senegal Coucal
  • 19. White - Tailed Nightjar
  • 20. Woodland Kingfisher
  • 21. Blue - Cheeked Bee - Eater
  • 22. Black - Billed Barbet
  • 23. Yellow - Fronted Tinkerbird
  • 24. Red - Breasted Wryneck
  • 25. Flappet Lark
  • 26. Blue Swallow
  • 27. Rufous - Chested Swallow
  • 28. Black - Headed Gonolek
  • 29. Red - Tailed Chat
  • 30. Sooty Chat
  • 31. African Thrush
  • 32. African Moustached Warbler
  • 33. Black Flycatcher
  • 34. Silverbird
  • 35. Mariqua Sunbird
  • 36. Coppery Sunbird
  • 37. Red - Chested Sunbird
  • 38. Beautiful Sunbird
  • 39. Black - Bellied Fire Finch
  • 40. Zebra Waxbill
  • 41. Quail Finch
  • 42. Fan - Tailed Widowbird
  • 43. Black Bishop
  • 44. Hartlaub’s Marsh Widow - Bird
  • 45. Black - Winged Bishop
  • 46. Red Bishop
  • 47. Lesser Blue - Eared Starling
Gedi National Park

MAMMALS OF GEDI NATIONAL PARK

  • 1. Yellow - Rumped Elephant Shrew
  • 2. Epauletted Fruit Bat
  • 3. False Vampire Bat
  • 4. Greater Galago
  • 5. BushBaby
  • 6. Syke’s Monkey
  • 7. Black - Faced Vervet Monkey
  • 8. Yellow Baboon
  • 9. Black and White Colobus
  • 10. Dwarf Mongoose
  • 11. Harvey’s Red Duiker
  • 12. Blue Duiker
  • 13. Zanzibar Duiker
  • 14. Suni
  • 15. Bush Squirrel

BIRDS OF GEDI NATIONAL PARK(KENYA)

  • 1. Cuckoo Falcon
  • 2. Crowned Hawk Eagle
  • 3. Southern Banded Harrier Eagle
  • 4. Little Sparrow Hawk
  • 5. Kenya Crested Guinea - Fowl
  • 6. Green Pigeon
  • 7. Fischer’s Turaco
  • 8. Brown - Headed Parrot
  • 9. Trumpeter Hornbill
  • 10. Silvery - Cheeked Hornbill
  • 11. Crowned Hornbill
  • 12. Narina’s Trogon
  • 13. Mottled - Throated Spinetail
  • 14. Boehm’s Spinetail
  • 15. African Pitta
  • 16. Scaly Babbler
  • 17. East Coast Akalat
  • 18. Eastern Bearded Scrub Robin
  • 19. Retz’s Red - Billed Shrike
  • 20. Chestnut - Fronted Shrike
  • 21. Zanzibar Puff - Back Shrike
  • 22. Nicator
  • 23. Black - Breasted Glossy Starling
  • 24. Mouse - Coloured Sunbird
  • 25. Plain - Backed Sunbird
  • 26. Dark - Backed Weaver
  • 27. Peter’s Twin - Spot
  • 28. Spotted Ground Thrush
 
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