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MAMMALS OF LAKE MANYARA NATIONAL PARK
• 1. Black-backed jackal
• 2. Olive Baboon
• 3. Sykes’ Monkey
• 4. Black-faced vervet Monkey
• 5. Bush Baby
• 6. Greater Galago
• 7. White-bellied Free-tailed bat
• 8. Angola Free-tailed Bat
• 9. Yellow-bellied Bat
• 10. Banana Bat or African pipistrelle
• 11. Lesser Leaf-nosed Bat
• 12. Lander’s Horseshoe Bat
• 13. Yellow-winged Bat
• 14. False vampire Bat
• 15. Hollow-faced Bat
• 16. White-bellied Tomb Bat
• 17. Epauletted Fruit Bat
• 18. Straw-coloured Fruit Bat
• 19. Giant white-toothed shrew
• 20. Spectacled Elephant shrew
• 21. Side-striped Jackal
• 22. Bat-eared Fox
• 23. Zorilla
• 24. Ratel/Honey Badger
• 25. Clawless Otter
• 26. African civet
• 27. Small-spotted Genet
• 28. Large-spotted Genet
• 29. African Palm civet
• 30. Marsh Mongoose
• 31. Dwarf Mongoose
• 32. Black-tipped Mongoose
• 33. Banded Mongoose
• 34. Spotted Hyaena
• 35. Lion
• 36. Leopard
• 37. Ant Bear/Aardvark
• 38. Tree Hyrax
• 39. Rock Hyrax
• 40. African Elephant/ Bush Elephant/ Savannah Elephant
• 41. Common Zebra (Grant’s Zebra race)
• 42. Common Hippopotamus
• 43. Common Warthog
• 44. Masai Giraffe/ Kilimanjaro Giraffe/ Kenyan Girrafe
• 45. Coke’s Hartebeest
• 46. Red Duiker (Harvey Red Duiker subspecies)
• 47. Bush Duiker
• 48. Klipspringer
• 49. Suni
• 50. Kirk’s Dik-dik
• 51. Common waterbuck
• 52. Bohor Reedbuck
• 53. Impala
• 54. Bushbuck
• 55. African Buffalo
• 56. African Hare
• 57. Cane Rat
• 58. Porcupine
• 59. Striped Ground squirrel
• 60. Bush squirrel
• 61. African Dormouse

BIRDS OF LAKE MANYARA NATIONAL PARK(TANZANIA);

Over 380 species of birds have been recorded in Lake Manyara National Park to date, some of these only occurring seasonally. Many waterflows and flamingos can be seen in the lake. Flamingos breed and stay in the lake in hundreds of thousands.

  • 1. Little Egret
  • 2. Black Heron
  • 3. Yellow-billed Egret
  • 4. Great –white Egret
  • 5. Purple Heron
  • 6. Goliath Heron
  • 7. Black-headed Heron
  • 8. Grey Heron
  • 9. Pink-backed pelican
  • 10. White pelican/Great white pelican
  • 11. Long-tailed cormorant
  • 12. Little-Grebe
  • 13. Great-crested Grebe
  • 14. Masai ostrich
  • 15. Buff-backed Heron or Cattle Egret
  • 16. Squacco Heron
  • 17. Green-backed Heron
  • 18. Night Heron
  • 19. Dwarf Bittern
  • 20. Hamerkop
  • 21. White stork
  • 22. European Black stork (Rare Visitor)
  • 23. Abdim’s Stork
  • 24. Open-bill stork
  • 25. Saddle –bill stork
  • 26. Marabou stork
  • 27. Wood Ibis /Yellow-billed stork
  • 28. Sacred Ibis
  • 29. Hadada Ibis
  • 30. Glossy Ibis
  • 31. African spoonbill
  • 32. Greater Flamingo
  • 33. Lesser Flamingo
  • 34. Maccoa Duck
  • 35. White-backed Duck
  • 36. African Pochard
  • 37. European Shoveler
  • 38. Yellow –billed Duck
  • 39. African Black Duck (on streams)
  • 40. Garganey Teal
  • 41. Cape Wigeon
  • 42. Hottentot Teal
  • 43. Red-billed Duck
  • 44. European pintail
  • 45. Pygmy Goose
  • 46. Knob-billed Duck
  • 47. Egyptian Goose
  • 48. Spur-winged Goose
  • 49. Secretary Bird
  • 50. Ruppell’s vulture
  • 51. White-backed vulture
  • 52. Nubian/Lappet-faced vulture
  • 53. White-headed vulture
  • 54. Egyptian vulture
  • 55. Hooded vulture
  • 56. Lanner
  • 57. European Hobby
  • 58. African Hobby
  • 59. European Kestrel
  • 60. Lesser Kestrel
  • 61. Pygmy Falcon
  • 62. Cuckoo Falcon (Rare)
  • 63. European Black Kite
  • 64. African Black Kite
  • 65. Black-shouldered Kite
  • 66. Steppe Eagle (uncommon winter visitor)
  • 67. Tawny Eagle
  • 68. Wahlberg’s Eagle
  • 69. Ayres’ Hawk Eagle
  • 70. Martial Eagle
  • 71. Crowned Hawk Eagle
  • 72. Long-crested Eagle
  • 73. Lizard Buzzard
  • 74. Black-chested Harrier Eagle
  • 75. Bateleur
  • 76. African Fish Eagle
  • 77. Palm-nut vulture
  • 78. Steppe Buzzard
  • 79. Augur Buzzard
  • 80. Little –sparrow Hawk
  • 81. Ovampo sparrow Hawk (Rare)
  • 82. Great sparrow Hawk
  • 83. Shikra
  • 84. African Goshawk
  • 85. Gabar Goshawk
  • 86. Pale chanting Goshawk
  • 87. Montagu’s Harrier
  • 88. Pallid Harrier
  • 89. European Marsh Harrier
  • 90. African Marsh Harrier
  • 91. Harrier Hawk
  • 92. Osprey
  • 93. Crested Francolin
  • 94. Hildebrandt’s Francolin
  • 95. Red-necked spurfowl
  • 96. Yellow-necked spurfowl
  • 97. Cape quail
  • 98. Harlequin quail
  • 99. Helmeted Guinea-fowl
  • 100. Crested Guinea-fowl
  • 101. African crake
  • 102. Black crake
  • 103. Purple Gallinule
  • 104. Moorhen
  • 105. Lesser Moorhen
  • 106. Red-knobbed coot
  • 107. Crowned crane
  • 108. Black-bellied Bustard
  • 109. Hartlaub’s Bustard
  • 110. Spotted stone curlew
  • 111. Water Dikkop
  • 112. African Jacana
  • 113. Ringed Plover
  • 114. Little Ringed Plover
  • 115. White-fronted sand plover
  • 116. Chestnut-banded sand plover
  • 117. Kittlitz’s plover
  • 118. Three-banded Plover
  • 119. Caspian plover
  • 120. Crowned Plover
  • 121. Black smith Plover
  • 122. Long-toed Lapwing
  • 123. Avocet
  • 124. Black-winged stilt
  • 125. Painted snipe
  • 126. European common snipe
  • 127. Great snipe
  • 128. African snipe
  • 129. Curlew Sandpiper
  • 130. Little stint
  • 131. Sanderling (Rare visitor)
  • 132. Ruff
  • 133. Terek sandpiper (uncommon)
  • 134. Common sandpiper
  • 135. Green sandpiper
  • 136. Wood sandpiper
  • 137. Redshank (Rare visitor)
  • 138. Spotted Redshank (Rare visitor)
  • 139. Marsh Sandpiper
  • 140. Green shank
  • 141. Black tailed Godwit (uncommon visitor)
  • 142. Curlew
  • 143. Whimbrel
  • 144. Temminck’s courser
  • 145. Two-banded courser
  • 146. Pratincole
  • 147. Lesser black-headed gull
  • 148. Grey-headed gull
  • 149. Gull-billed Tern
  • 150. White-winged black Tern
  • 151. Whiskered Tern
  • 152. African skimmer
  • 153. Button quail
  • 154. Yellow-throated sandgrouse
  • 155. Speckled pigeon
  • 156. Olive pigeon
  • 157. Bronze-naped pigeon
  • 158. Red-eyed Dove
  • 159. Mourning Dove
  • 160. Ring-necked Dove
  • 161. Laughing Dove
  • 162. Namaqua Dove
  • 163. Tambourine Dove
  • 164. Emerald –spotted wood Dove
  • 165. Lemon Dove
  • 166. Green pigeon
  • 167. European cuckoo
  • 168. African cuckoo
  • 169. Red-chested cuckoo
  • 170. Black cuckoo
  • 171. Great spotted cuckoo
  • 172. Levaillant’s cuckoo
  • 173. Black and white cuckoo
  • 174. Emerald cuckoo
  • 175. Didric cuckoo
  • 176. Black coucal
  • 177. White-browed coucal
  • 178. Schalow’s Turaco
  • 179. Violet – crested Turaco
  • 180. Bare-faced Go-away-bird
  • 181. Brown parrot
  • 182. Fischer’s Lovebird
  • 183. Yellow-collared Lovebird
  • 184. European Roller
  • 185. Lilac-breasted Roller
  • 186. Rufous-crowned Roller
  • 187. Broad-billed Roller
  • 188. Pied Kingfisher
  • 189. Giant Kingfisher
  • 190. Malachite Kingfisher
  • 191. Pygmy Kingfisher
  • 192. Woodland Kingfisher
  • 193. Brown-hooded Kingfisher
  • 194. Grey-headed Kingfisher
  • 195. Striped kingfisher
  • 196. European Bee-eater
  • 197. Madagascar Bee-eater
  • 198. Cinnamon –chested Bee-eater
  • 199. Little Bee-eater
  • 200. White-fronted Bee-eater
  • 201. Silvery-cheeked Hornbill
  • 202. Grey Hornbill
  • 203. Red-billed Hornbill
  • 204. Von der Decken’s Hornbill
  • 205. Crowned Hornbill
  • 206. Ground Hornbill
  • 207. African Hoopoe
  • 208. Green Wood Hoopoe
  • 209. Scimitar –bill
  • 210. Cape Grass owl
  • 211. African marsh owl
  • 212. Pearl-spotted owlet
  • 213. Spotted Eagle owl
  • 214. Verreaux’s Eagle owl
  • 215. European Nightjar
  • 216. Plain Nightjar
  • 217. Speckled mousebird
  • 218. Blue-naped mousebird
  • 219. Narina`s Trogon
  • 220. White-headed Barbet
  • 221. Spotted-flanked Barbet
  • 222. Red-fronted Barbet
  • 223. Red-fronted Tinkerbird
  • 224. Levaillant’s Barbet
  • 225. Red and Yellow Barbet
  • 226. D’Arnaud’s Barbet
  • 227. Greater Honey guide
  • 228. Scaly-throated Honey guide
  • 229. Lesser Honey guide
  • 230. Zambezi Honey guide
  • 231. Nubian woodpecker
  • 232. Cardinal woodpecker
  • 232. Bearded woodpecker
  • 233. Grey woodpecker
  • 234. Little swift
  • 235. Palm swift
  • 236. African Pitta
  • 237. Redwing Bush Lark
  • 238. Flappet Lark
  • 239. Fischer’s sparrow Lark
  • 240. Red-capped Lark
  • 241. African pied wagtail
  • 242. Mountain wagtail
  • 243. Wells’ wagtail
  • 244. Blue-headed Wagtail and races
  • 245. Sandy plain- backed pipit
  • 246. Richard’s pipit
  • 247. Pangani Longclaw
  • 248. Rosy-breasted Longclaw
  • 249. Arrrow-marked Babbler
  • 250. Yellow-vented Bulbul
  • 251. Northern pied Babbler
  • 252. Grey Tit-Flycatcher
  • 253. Ashy Flycatcher
  • 254. Dusky Flycatcher
  • 255. European spotted Flycatcher
  • 256. Yellow-bellied Greenbul
  • 257. Fischer’s Greenbul
  • 258. Chin-spot Flycatcher
  • 259. Paradise Flycatcher
  • 260. European Rock Thrush
  • 261. European Common wheatear
  • 262. Pied wheatear
  • 263. Capped wheatear
  • 264. Cliff chat
  • 265. White-browed Robin chat
  • 266. Red-capped Robin chat
  • 267. Spotted Morning warbler
  • 268. Red-backed scrub Robin
  • 269. Sprosser
  • 270. Black cap Warbler
  • 271. Lesser swamp warbler
  • 272. Black-breasted Apalis
  • 273. Red-faced crombec
  • 274. Grey Tit-warbler
  • 275. Grey-backed camaroptera
  • 276. Rattling cisticola
  • 277. Winding cisticola
  • 278. Croaking cisticola
  • 279. Tawny-flanked Prinia
  • 280. European swallow
  • 281. Wire-tailed swallow
  • 282. Mosque swallow
  • 283. Striped swallow
  • 284. African sand Martin
  • 285. White-naped Raven
  • 286. Pied crow
  • 287. Black-headed Oriole
  • 288. European Golden Oriole
  • 289. African Golden Oriole
  • 290. White-breasted Tit
  • 291. Sulphur-breasted Bush shrike
  • 292. Brown-headed Tchagra
  • 293. Black-backed puff-back
  • 294. Slate –coloured Boubou
  • 295. Magpie shrike
  • 296. Red-tailed shrike
  • 297. Red-backed shrike
  • 298. Grey-backed Fiscal
  • 299. Long-tailed Fiscal
  • 300. Lesser Grey shrike
  • 301. White-crowned shrike
  • 302. Straight-crested Helmet shrike
  • 303. Banded Martin
  • 304. African Rock Martin
  • 305. Black Rough-wing swallow
  • 306. Black cuckoo shrike
  • 307. Drongo
  • 308. Wattled starling
  • 309. Violet-backed starling
  • 310. Blue-eared Glossy starling
  • 311. Red-wing starling
  • 312. Hildebrandt’s starling
  • 313. Superb starling.
  • 314. Yellow billed oxpecker.
  • 315. Red – billed oxpecker
  • 316. Yellow white-eye
  • 317. Bronzy sunbird
  • 318. Beautiful sunbird (black bellied race)
  • 319. Golden-winged sunbird
  • 320. Variable sunbird
  • 321. Amethyst sunbird
  • 322. Scarlet-chested sunbird
  • 323. Collared sunbird
  • 324. Kenya violet-backed sunbird
  • 325. Buffalo weaver
  • 326. White-headed Buffalo weaver
  • 327. Rufous-tailed weaver
  • 328. Grey-headed sparrow
  • 329. Yellow-spotted petronia
  • 330. Masked weaver
  • 331. Vitelline masked weaver
  • 332. Golden-backed weaver
  • 333. Chestnut weaver
  • 334. Spectacled weaver
  • 335. Grosbeak weaver
  • 336. Red-headed weaver
  • 337. Red-billed quelea
  • 338. Cardinal quelea
  • 339. Red Bishop
  • 340. Black Bishop
  • 341. Fan-tailed widow bird
  • 342. Red-collared widow –bird
  • 343. Rufous-backed Mannikin
  • 344. Peters’ Twin-spot
  • 345. Green-winged pytilia
  • 346. Jameson’s Fire Finch
  • 347. Red-billed Fire Finch
  • 348. Waxbill
  • 349. Crimson-rumped waxbill
  • 350. Red cheeked cordon-blue
  • 351. Indigo-bird
  • 352. Pin-tailed whydah
  • 353. Steel-blue whydah
  • 354. Fischer’s straw-tailed whydah
  • 355. Paradise whydah
  • 356. Streaky seed-eater

 

 
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