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Williams's Lark, Kenya
Williams's Lark is a Kenyan endemic found on lava flow deserts.
White-headed Mousebird, Kenya
The easiest place to see White-headed Mousebird has got to be in the Samburu and Buffalo Springs Game Reserves visited during our Kenya tour.
Vulturine Guineafowl, Kenya
Sporting the most intense blue in its plumage the Vulturine Guineafowl is just one of the many incredible birds to be seen on our Kenya tour.
Two-banded Courser, Kenya
This exquisite Two-banded Courser was seen by Lake Jipe during our Kenya 2008 tour.
Somali Sparrow, Kenya
The pretty Somali Sparrow proved easy to see in the Dida Galgalu Desert during our Kenya 2008 tour.
Somali Ostrich, Kenya
Increasingly the trend is to split the Somali Ostrich from the widespread Common Ostrich. This one was photographed in Tsavo East NP during the Kenya 2008 tour.
Somali Bee-eater, Kenya
The Somali Bee-eater can be an elusive species however our Kenya tour offers a great chance to see this always rather scruffy looking bee-eater.
Sokoke Scops Owl, Kenya
With local knowledge and help we usually find the tiny Sokoke Scops Owl during daylight on our Kenya tours.
Shelley's Francolin, Kenya
We had some amazing views of Shelley's Francolins during the Kenya 2008 tour.
Red-and-yellow Barbet, Kenya
The amazing Red-and-yellow Barbet is a spectacular addition to the Kenya bird list. This one was seen well at Baringo.