Being a nation that teems with biodiversity, Mozambique is home to a brilliant array of birdlife. Read on to know about some of the best areas in the country for birding.
Mozambique has 15 unique birding areas and each of them features their own array of avifauna. Many of these regions are unexplored and present its visitors great potential to discover entirely new species of birds that they have not come across anywhere else on the planet.
The region birding reserves when combined, have over 600 recorded species of Birds out of those it has been speculated at least 500 of the breed within Mozambique. There is only one species of bird – Namuli Apalis which is designated as an endemic species in Mozambique and it could only be found on Mount Namuli which is located in northern Mozambique.
Places you can engage in birding
Njesi Plateau, Mount Chaperone Mount Namuli, Netia, Gorongosa Mountain and National Park, Chimanimani Mountains, Bazaruto Archipelago, Changelane River Gorge and Gilé National Reserve are some of the best places to go birding in Mozambique. Also, many of these reserves and parks are designated as places to visit in Mozambique to witness other species of wildlife as well.
How you could visit these sites?
The best way to partake in a birding excursion is to get in touch with a local tour operator. You could get in touch with a reputed and reliable company by reaching out to the reception of the resort property that you are staying at. Properties such as Anantara Medjumbe Island Resort have a great track record of heeding to the needs of their guests.