Birding Lake Baringo National Park, Safari Guides Safaris.Safari Guides Safaris  in  Lake Baringo

Birding Lake Baringo National Park overview

Baringo is a well-known destination for birdwatchers and boosts of an up to 500 bird species checklist for birdwatchers. The lake used to boast a large Goliath Heronry with over 20 individuals on record, although Goliaths are still breeding around the lake, the Heronry has disappeared. However, Lake Baringo is at the southerly-easterly end of the range for the regionally threatened Jackson?s Hornbill along with their closely similar species, the Von der Decken's Hornbill.
Baringo Bird Area is not only a home to 36 of the 94 Somali-Masai biome species that occur in Kenya but also four globally threatened species namely; Madagascar Pond-Heron, Lesser Flamingo, Pallid Harrier, Lesser Kestrel.A number of regionally threatened species are also recorded, namely Podiceps cristatus, Anhinga rufa, Casmerodius albus, Ephippiorhynchus senegalensis, Thalassornis leuconotus, Trigonoceps occipitalis, Polemaetus bellicosus, Porzana pusilla, and Rynchops flavirostris.

Birding Lake Baringo National Park, Summary

Safari Type Safaris
Sub-Type Safari Guides
County Garissa
Location Lake Baringo
Road Baringo
Mobile +256 782 475961
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Birding Lake Baringo National Park  in  Lake Baringo