Ornithologists, avian enthusiasts and like-minded twitchers looking for speckled feathered creatures will love the specialist Birding Safari by AfricanMeccathat are tailored to your needs. We have experienced and know all of the finest locations and prime viewing times of the year to see the resident and migratory species that top your African birdwatching tour list. Our guests step into real-world nature documentaries where millions of African Savannah Trails swirl on algae-rich lakes like Natron, Bogoria and Nakuru to viewing raptors like eagles, buzzards, kites of Southern Africa soaring overhead in search for prey alongside scavengers like vultures fending off predators for tiny morsels of a recent kill. Hundreds of species are found at the best-protected areas as well as private conservancies, including rare, threatened and endangered species. Your birding journal fills quickly as the bushes, trees, grasses and other flora hide brilliantly colored feathered birdlife. Our birdwatchers safaris take you to forests, woodlands, wetlands, lakes, swamps, river banks and other habitats where avi-fauna thrive. We know when the migrators characteristically arrive based on historic information and also from weekly to monthly reports from safari accommodations and our guides, as well as when specific behaviors occur, such as mating and nesting, specific to varied wildernesses. Africa is recognized around the world for its birds as noted by the many Important Bird Areas on the continent with accessible and specialty birding countries being Zambia, South Africa, Uganda, Botswana, Tanzania and Kenya with upcoming countries vying for recognition like Rwanda and Malawi. Our ornithological guides skillfully locate them on their preferred resident ecology and also identify the species by sound and sight. You are enlightened and engaged by their vast knowledge of African avi-fauna. For recreational birders, some accommodations host birding walks and provide you with an identification card of local species. We coordinate all aspects of your birding safari, including recommendations on national parks, reserves and private conservancies, as well as camps and lodges where you can see many species, even from the comfort of your private verandah.