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Mozambique Birding
Imagine being able to have the chance to add Eurasian Bittern, Malagasy Pond-Heron, Allen’s Gallinule, Olive-Headed Weaver, Southern Hyliota and as an added bonus the Green Tinkerbird to your life lists all while exploring amazing countryside within a diversity of habitats. 
Green Tinkerbird by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.
Mozambique Birding
In January 1958, a small nondescript greenish bird was collected as part of a museum collection from near the town of Chicomo in central Mozambique. The label on its preserved skin read “Green Tinkerbird” and for the next four and a half decades, the species was not recorded again and many actually believed that the museum specimen had been...
purple banded sunbird by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.jpg
Mozambique Birding
Mozambique! The word conjures up images of long white beaches, palm trees and warm tropical waters teaming with life, however, this massive country has so much more on offer and the vast interior is still extremely wild and largely unexplored. From a birding perspective, Gorongosa and the Zambezi River floodplain provide some of the best birding.
Male Quail Finch by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick
Mozambique Birding
The Rio Savanne floodplain and short grasslands are located on the outskirts of the bustling city of Beira and offer good opportunities to view some of the more difficult grassland bird species including Locust Finch, Black-Rumped Buttonquail and Short-tailed Pipit.
Red-throated twinspot by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.
Mozambique Birding
The next leg of our Mozambican birding adventure took us though the Zambezi River Basin.
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