The best cruise we experienced for birding was on the Kazinga Channel and Lake Edward. On the way to the boat we spotted a motor treasures.

I loved seeing this water buffalo wallowing in the mud. Can you find him?
These two are having a disagreement.
Water buffalo rest in big herds for protection.
Young and all ages gathered together.
My what big ears you have.
yellow-throated Longclaw. Looks like our meadowlark.
Black-bellied Bustard, love the tail feathers.
Bustard in focus.
Grey-backed Fiscal. It is a long tailed shrike.
Malachite kingfisher
This water buffalo is totally submerged.
Pied Kingfisher on buffalo horn.
Hippos and a small crocodile.
Heron
Cormorant
Close up.
These nests are the largest bird nest in Africa. Built by the Hammerkop.
Hammerkop
Remember the boda Boda’s loaded with bananas and going to a fishing village. This is that fishing village.
Yellow-billed Stork
Another Pose.
Cormorants, Little Egrets, Marabou Stock.
Saddle-billed Stork
Egyptian geese and Saddle-billed Stork. Notice the red spot of naked skin on the chest.
Little Egret
Terms and Egyptian geese
Little Egret and Sacred Ibis
Always a pleasure to see. Notice youngster on right.
Can you see this leopard?
Now can you see it? How did this guy get spotted?

Author: Barrettranch

Retired. Love to travel.

One thought on “The best cruise we experienced for birding was on the Kazinga Channel and Lake Edward. On the way to the boat we spotted a motor treasures.”

  1. Wow…if ever a form suggested it’s function the Hammerkop is it!
    These posts make me so deeply grateful for these creatures & their sanctuary.
    Kay

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