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MAMMALS OF RUAHA NATIONAL PARK

  • 1. Lichtenstein’s Hartebeest
  • 2. Bush Duiker
  • 3. Klipspringer
  • 4. Kirk’s Dik-dik
  • 5. Common waterbuck
  • 6. Bohor Reedbuck
  • 7. Impala
  • 8. Grant’s Gazelle
  • 9. Sable Antelope
  • 10. Roan Antelope                                                                                                                                                                                                                      11. Bushbuck
  • 12. Greater Kudu
  • 13. Lesser Kudu
  • 14. Eland
  • 15. African Buffalo/ Savannah Buffalo/ Cape Buffalo
  • 16. African Hare
  • 17. Cane Rat
  • 18. Porcupine
  • 19. Bush squirrel
  • 20. Spring Hare
  • 21. Small – spotted Genet
  • 22. Large – spotted Genet
  • 23. African Palm civet
  • 24. Marsh Mongoose
  • 25. Dwarf Mongoose
  • 26. Large Grey Mongoose
  • 27. Aardwolf (Rare)
  • 28. Spotted Hyaena
  • 29. Cheetah
  • 30. Caracal
  • 31. African wildcat
  • 32. Serval
  • 33. Lion
  • 34. Leopard
  • 35. Ant bear/Aadvark
  • 36. Tree Hyrax
  • 37. Rock Hyrax
  • 38. African Elephant/ Bush Elephant/ Savannah Elephant
  • 39. Common zebra/ Plains zebra- Grant’s zebra races
  • 40. Common Hippopotamus
  • 41. Common Warthog
  • 42. Maasai Giraffe
  • 43. Rousette Fruit Bat
  • 44. Epauletted Fruit Bat
  • 45. White-bellied Tomb Bat
  • 46. Hollow-faced Bat
  • 47. False vampire Bat
  • 48. Yellow-winged Bat
  • 49. Lesser Leaf-nosed Bat
  • 50. Giant Leaf-nosed Bat
  • 51. Banana Bat
  • 52. Yellow-bellied Bat
  • 53. Angola Free-tailed Bat
  • 54. White-bellied Free-tailed Bat
  • 55. Greater Galago
  • 56. Bush Baby
  • 57. Black-faced vervet Monkey
  • 58. Blue Monkey
  • 59. Yellow Baboon
  • 60. Hunting Dog
  • 61. Black-backed jackal
  • 62. Side-striped jackal
  • 63. Bat-eared Fox
  • 64. Ratel/Honey Badger
  • 65. African civet

 

BIRDS OF RUAHA NATIONAL PARK( TANZANIA);

More than 400 species of birds have been recorded in Ruaha. Its geographical location means that it is visited by both Northern and Southern migrants. Ruaha also has a great variety of resident species due to the diversity of habitats in this transition zone.

  • 1. Yellow-throated sandgrouse
  • 2. Speckled pigeon
  • 3. Olive pigeon
  • 4. Red-eyed Dove
  • 5. Mourning Dove
  • 6. Ring-necked Dove
  • 7. Laughing Dove
  • 8. Namaqua Dove
  • 9. Tambourine Dove
  • 10. Emerald-spotted wood Dove
  • 11. Delalande’s Green pigeon
  • 12. European cuckoo
  • 13. African cuckoo
  • 14. Red-chested cuckoo
  • 15. Black cuckoo
  • 16. Levaillant’s cuckoo
  • 17. Black and white cuckoo
  • 18. Emerald cuckoo
  • 19. Didric cuckoo
  • 20. Klaas’ cuckoo
  • 21. Black coucal
  • 22.White-browed coucal
  • 23. Livingstone’s Turaco
  • 24. Violet-crested Turaco
  • 25. Go-away-bird
  • 26. Bare-faced go-away-bird
  • 27. Brown-necked parrot
  • 28. Brown parrot
  • 29. Yellow-collared Lovebird
  • 30. European Roller
  • 31. Racquet-tailed Roller
  • 32. Lilac-breasted Roller
  • 33. Rufous – crowned Roller
  • 34. Broad-billed Roller
  • 35. Pied Kingfisher
  • 36. Giant Kingfisher
  • 37. Half-collared Kingfisher
  • 38. Malachite Kingfisher
  • 39. Pygmy Kingfisher
  • 40. Brown-hooded Kingfisher
  • 41. Grey-headed Kingfisher
  • 42. Striped Kingfisher
  • 43. European Bee eater
  • 44. Madagascar Bee eater
  • 45. Southern Carmine Bee-eater
  • 46. White-throated Bee-eater
  • 47. Boehm’s Bee-eater
  • 48. Little Bee- eater
  • 49. White-fronted Bee-eater
  • 50. Swallow-tailed Bee-eater
  • 51. Trumpeter Hornbill
  • 52. Grey Hornbill
  • 53. Red-billed Hornbill
  • 54. Crowned Hornbill
  • 55. Pale-billed Hornbill
  • 56. Ground Hornbill
  • 57. African Hoopoe
  • 58. Green wood Hoopoe
  • 59. Scimitar-bill
  • 60. African Marsh owl
  • 61. African scops owl
  • 62. White-faced scops owl
  • 63. Pearl-spotted owlet
  • 64. Spotted Eagle owl
  • 65. Verreaux’s Eagle owl
  • 66. Pel’s Fishing owl
  • 67. European Nightjar
  • 68. Fiery-necked Nightjar
  • 69. Freckled Nightjar
  • 70. Plain Nightjar
  • 71. Gaboon Nightjar
  • 72. Pennant-wing Nightjar
  • 73. Blue-naped mousebird
  • 74. Red-faced mousebird
  • 75. Narina’s Trogon
  • 76. Black-collared Barbet
  • 77. Black-backed Barbet
  • 78. Spotted-flanked Barbet
  • 79. Whyte’s Barbet
  • 80. Red-fronted Tinkerbird
  • 81. Yellow-fronted Tinkerbird
  • 82. Golden-rumped Tinkerbird
  • 83. Levaillant’s Barbet
  • 84. D’Arnaud’s Barbet
  • 85. Greater Honey guide
  • 86. Lesser Honey guide
  • 87. Bennett’s woodpecker
  • 88. Little spotted woodpecker
  • 89. Golden-tailed woodpecker
  • 90. Cardinal woodpecker
  • 91. Bearded woodpecker
  • 92. Olive woodpecker
  • 93. Mottled swift
  • 94. Little swift
  • 95. White –rumped swift
  • 96. Horus swift
  • 97. Palm swift
  • 98. Boehm’s spinetail
  • 99. African Broadbill
  • 100. African pitta
  • 101. Rufous naped Lark
  • 102. Flappet Lark
  • 103. Chestnut-backed sparrow Lark
  • 104. Fischer’s sparrow Lark
  • 105. Red-capped Lark
  • 106. African pied wagtail
  • 107. Long-billed pipit
  • 108. Richard’s pipit
  • 109. Yellow-throated Longclaw
  • 110. Bronzy sunbird
  • 111. Beautiful sunbird (black-billed race)
  • 112. Copper sunbird
  • 113. Little purple-banded sunbird
  • 114. Mariqua sunbird
  • 115. Variable sunbird
  • 116. Southern Double-collared sunbird
  • 117. Amethyst sunbird
  • 118. Scarlet-chested sunbird
  • 119. Olive sunbird
  • 120. Collared sunbird
  • 121. Spotted creeper
  • 122. White-headed Buffalo weaver
  • 123. White-browed sparrow weaver
  • 124. Grey-headed sparrow
  • 125. Swahili sparrow
  • 126. Yellow-throated Petronia
  • 127. Layard’s Black-headed weaver
  • 128. Masked weaver
  • 129. Golden-backed weaver
  • 130. Dark-backed weaver
  • 131. Spectacled weaver
  • 132. Little Grebe
  • 133. Long-tailed cormorant
  • 134. African Darter
  • 135. Great white pelican
  • 136. Pink – backed pelican
  • 137. Black-headed Heron
  • 138. Goliath Heron
  • 139. Great white Egret
  • 140. Yellow-billed Egret
  • 141. Little Egret
  • 142. Buff-backed Heron/Cattle Egret
  • 143. Green-backed Heron
  • 144. Hamerkop
  • 145. White stork
  • 146. European Black stork
  • 147. Woolly-necked stork
  • 148. Abdim’s stork
  • 149. Open-bill stork
  • 150. Saddle-bill stork
  • 151. Marabou stork
  • 152. Wood Ibis/Yellow-billed stork
  • 153. Sacred Ibis
  • 154. Hadada Ibis
  • 155. African Black Duck
  • 156. Red-billed Duck
  • 157. Knob-billed
  • 158. Egyptian Goose
  • 159. Spur-winged Goose
  • 160. Secretary Bird
  • 161. White – backed vulture
  • 162. Hooded vulture
  • 163. Lanner
  • 164. European Hobby
  • 165. Eleonora’s Falcon
  • 166. Red – necked Falcon
  • 167. European Kestrel
  • 168. Lesser Kestrel
  • 169. Grey Krestrel
  • 170. Dickinson’s Kestrel
  • 171. Cuckoo Falcon
  • 172. European Black Kite
  • 173. African Black Kite
  • 174. Black-shouldered Kite
  • 175. Bat Hawk
  • 176. Tawny Eagle
  • 177. Wahlberg’s Eagle
  • 178. African Hawk Eagle
  • 179. Martial Eagle
  • 180. Crowned Hawk Eagle
  • 181. Long-crested Eagle
  • 182. Lizard Buzzard
  • 183. Brown Harrier Eagle
  • 184. Black-chested Harrier Eagle
  • 185. Southern Banded Harrier Eagle
  • 186. Bateleur
  • 187. African Fish Eagle
  • 188. Palm – nut Vulture
  • 189. Little sparrow Hawk
  • 190. Ovampo sparrow Hawk
  • 191. Great sparrow Hawk
  • 192. Shikra
  • 193. African Goshawk
  • 194. Gabar Goshawk
  • 195. Dark chanting Goshawk
  • 196. Montagu’s Harrier
  • 197. Pallid Harrier
  • 198. European Marsh Harrier
  • 199. Harrier Hawk
  • 200. Coqui Francolin
  • 201. Shelley’s Francolin
  • 202. Hildebrandt’s Francolin
  • 203. Red-necked spurfowl
  • 204. Harlequin quail
  • 205. Helmeted Guinea-fowl
  • 206. Crested Guinea fowl
  • 207. Black Crake
  • 208. Moorhen
  • 209. African finfoot
  • 210. Crowned crane
  • 211. Jackson’s Bustard
  • 212. Black- bellied Bustard
  • 213. Spotted stone curlew
  • 214. Water Dikkop
  • 215. African Jacana
  • 216. Kittlitz’s Plover
  • 217. Three-banded Plover
  • 218. Crowned Plover
  • 219. Senegal Plover
  • 220. Black smith Plover
  • 221. White-headed Plover
  • 222. Wattled Plover
  • 223. Long-toed Lapwing
  • 224. Painted snipe
  • 225. African snipe
  • 226. Ruff
  • 227. Common sandpiper
  • 228. Wood sandpiper
  • 229. Greenshank
  • 230. Temminck’s courser
  • 231. Bronze-winged courser
  • 232. Pratincole
  • 233. African skimmer
  • 234. Button quail
  • 235. Fulleborn’s Longclaw
  • 236. Rosy-breasted longclaw
  • 237. Arrow-marked Babbler
  • 238. Yellow-vented bulbul
  • 239. Fischer’s Greenbull
  • 240. Yellow-bellied Greenbul
  • 241. European spotted Flycatcher
  • 242. Ashy Flycatcher
  • 242. Grey Flycatcher
  • 243. South African Black Flycatcher
  • 244. Boehm’s Flycatcher
  • 245. Yellow-bellied Flycatcher
  • 246. Chin-spot Flycatcher
  • 247. Black-throated wattle eye
  • 248. Blue Flycatcher
  • 249. White-tailed crested Flycatcher
  • 250. Paradise Flycatcher
  • 251. Kurrichane Thrush
  • 252. Ground-scraper Thrush
  • 253. Angola Rock Thrush
  • 254. European common wheatear
  • 255. Capped wheatear
  • 256. Red-tailed chat
  • 257. Cliff chat
  • 258. White-headed Black chat
  • 259. Sooty chat
  • 260. White-browed Robin chat
  • 261. Robin chat
  • 262. Morning warbler
  • 263. Red-backed scrub Robin
  • 264. Black cap warbler
  • 265. European sedge warbler
  • 266. Lesser swamp warbler
  • 267. European willow warbler
  • 268. Barred wren warbler
  • 269. Fan-tailed warbler
  • 270. Red-faced crombec
  • 271. Grey Tit warbler
  • 272. Yellow-bellied Eremomela
  • 273. Green-cap Eremomela
  • 274. Grey-backed camaroptera
  • 275. Wing-snapping cisticola
  • 276. Pectoral-patch cisticola
  • 277. Rattling cisticola
  • 278. Winding cisticola
  • 279. Croaking cisticola
  • 280. Tawny-flanked prinia
  • 281. African Moustached warbler
  • 282. European swallow
  • 283. Angola swallow
  • 284. Blue swallow
  • 285. Wire-tailed swallow
  • 286. Red-rumped swallow
  • 287. Mosque swallow
  • 288. Striped swallow
  • 289. Grey-rumped swallow
  • 290. European sand Martin
  • 291. African sand Martin
  • 292. Banded Martin
  • 293. African Rock Martin
  • 294. Black Rough – wing swallow
  • 295. Eastern Rough – wing swallow
  • 296. White-headed Rough-wing swallow
  • 297. Black cuckoo shrike
  • 298. White-breasted cuckoo shrike
  • 299. Grey cuckoo shrike
  • 300. Drongo
  • 301. Square-tailed Drongo
  • 302. Straight-crested Helmet shrike
  • 303. Retz’s Red billed shrike
  • 304. White-crowned shrike
  • 305. Black-browed Brubru
  • 306. Grey-backed Fiscal
  • 307. Lesser Grey shrike
  • 308. Uhehe Fiscal
  • 309. Souza’s shrike
  • 310. Red-backed shrike
  • 311. Magpie shrike
  • 312. Slate-coloured Boubou
  • 313. Tropical Boubou
  • 314. Black-backed puff-back
  • 315. Black-headed Tchagra
  • 316. Brown-headed Tchagra
  • 317. Black cap Tchagra
  • 318. Sulphur-breasted Bush shrike
  • 319. Black-fronted Bush shrike
  • 320. Grey-headed Bush shrike
  • 321. Nicator
  • 322. Grey Tit
  • 323. Black Tit
  • 324. Cinnamon-breasted Tit
  • 325. African Penduline Tit
  • 326. European Golden Oriole
  • 327. African Golden Oriole
  • 328. Black headed Oriole
  • 329. Pied crow
  • 330. Wattled starling
  • 331. White-winged Babbling starling
  • 332. Violet-backed starling
  • 333. Blue-eared starling
  • 334. Lesser Blue-eared starling
  • 335. Ruppell’s Long-tailed starling
  • 336. Ashy starling
  • 337. Red- winged starling
  • 338. Superb starling
  • 339. Yellow-billed oxpecker
  • 340. Red-billed oxpecker
  • 341. Yellow white-eye
  • 342. Golden weaver
  • 343. Holub’s Golden weaver
  • 344. Bertram’s weaver
  • 345. Grosbeak weaver
  • 346. Red-headed weaver
  • 347. Red-billed quelea
  • 348. Red-headed quelea
  • 349. Cardinal quelea
  • 350. Red Bishop
  • 351. Black-winged Bishop
  • 352. Yellow Bishop
  • 353. Fan-tailed widow-bird
  • 354. Yellow-mantled widow-bird
  • 355. White-winged widow-bird
  • 356. Red-collared widow-bird
  • 357. Bronze Mannikin
  • 358. Rufous-backed Mannikin
  • 359. Magpie Mannikin
  • 360. Grey-headed silverbill
  • 361. Quail Finch
  • 362. Locust Finch
  • 363. Parasitic weaver
  • 364. Peters’ Twin – spot
  • 365. Green-backed Twin-spot
  • 366. Orange-winged pytilia
  • 367. Green-winged pytilia
  • 368. African Fire Finch
  • 369. Jameson’s Fire Finch
  • 370. Yellow-bellied waxbill
  • 371. Waxbill
  • 372. Zebra waxbill
  • 373. Fawn-breasted waxbill
  • 374. Lavender waxbill
  • 375. Southern Cordon – bleu
  • 376. Red-cheeked cordon-bleu
  • 377. Purple Grenadier
  • 378. Indigo-bird
  • 379. Pin tailed whydah
  • 380. Paradise whydah
  • 381. Broad-tailed Paradise whydah
  • 382. Yellow-fronted canary
  • 383. Brimstone canary
  • 384. Streaky-headed seed-eater
  • 385. Three-streaked Bunting
  • 386. Golden-breasted Bunting
  • 387. Cinnamon-breasted Rock Bunting
 
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