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Uganda: 21/27 July - 6 August 2013
Rwanda: 6-10 August 2013
Last-minute spaces have become available. To join, please email email@example.com or phone +27 21 531 9148
Uganda: Murchison & Budongo: 22 - 27 July 2013, GBP1199
Uganda Specials: 27 July - 6 August 2013, GBP2679
Rwanda: 6 - 10 August 2013, GBP1205
Madagascar: 17 days, October-November 2013, GBP4295
7 May: News from Tanzania: birding among the wildebeest migration has been spectacular again this week, with such highlights as Dwarf Bitterns, Karamoja Apalis, Golden-winged Sunbirds, Grey-crowned Helmet-Shrike, Beesley's Larks and Hartlaub's and Schalow's Turacos. See the photographs, and stay tuned for our second trip starting today!
8 April: Eastern South Africa Trip Report. Highlights included 5000 Amur Falcons coming into roost, Cape Parrots, Meerkats and 6 White Rhino.
1 April: Cape Rockjumper posed so obligingly on our day trip last week - have a look at Tertius' photographs here.
27 March: Book now for Uganda & Rwanda in August 2014:
Join the Uganda Specials trip for USD4540, Rwanda Nyungwe extension for USD1990 and Murchison & Budongo for USD1990. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
15 March: Tanzania: last spaces on our birds & mammals trips during the Serengeti wildebeest migration, departing 21 April and 7 May. To enquire, please contact email@example.com
15 March: Update from Victoria Falls (Zambia) and Chobe (Botswana): Schalow's Turaco, lions and Amur Falcons.
13 March: African Finfoot, a great start to the Botswana Okavango Tour! Callan just sent us this photo taken at Livingstone, Zambia.
10 March: Track Marje's 30th Cape Argus Cycle Tour, and see how close she is to Sir Richard Branson and Helen Zille! Marje Hemp is one of only two women having doing their 30th race!
25 January: NEW! Zimbabwe and Mozabique: African Pitta Tour Join us from 28 November to 10 December in search of the elusive African Pitta!
24 January: NEW! Okavango Delta & Victoria Falls! Join leader Callan Cohen from 12 - 25 March, by light plane and boat in search of Pel's Fishing Owl and African Wild Dog!
Two spaces left!
23 January: Cameroon: two spaces left! See Red-headed Picathartes from 8 March 2013. Join or enquire: email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone +27 21 531 9148.
23 January: New Madagascar photos by Andy Sims and Clive & Janet Dickson taken last November.
23 January: Uganda: two spaces left! See Shoebill & Gorillas up close from 21 July 2013. Email email@example.com or phone +27 21 531 9148.
17 January: New Trip Report: Madagascar by Michael Mills! Highlights included Yellow-bellied Sunbird-Asity, Helmet Vanga, Red-ruffed Lemur and more. See the trip report & photographs!
14 January: Trip Reports: Cape Town Pelagics highlights from the last two months include Flesh-footed Shearwater, Manx Shearwater, Spectacled Petrel, 3 Jaeger species & Blue Sharks!
1 January: Happy New Year! We wish you a great start of the new year, filled with fun birding trips! Our office reopens this week, ready to offer a series of exciting new trips and trip reports.
25 December: From the top of Table Mountain, Birding Africa wishes you a Merry Christmas and a relaxing festive season with family and friends.
26 November: Tom Gullick breaks a world record: 9000 bird species seen!.
26 November: One last space remains on our birding tour to Cameroon in March 2013.
20 November: Our third Madagascar tour has started today. We’ve been having a very exciting time and here are a few photos of Fosas, Ground Rollers and lemurs so far!
28 October: Our Madagascar tour had an incredible start: on our first hour in the forest, we watched a pair of Fosa, Cryptoprocta ferox, mating above us!
10 October: Last-minute space on our Madagascar tour led by Michael Mills and departing 12 November. Please contact us and ask for the last-minute discount.
20 September: Blue Petrel!: a major highlight on the 2nd of September Cape Town Pelagics trip. See the photographs.
13 September: Our 2013 Tour Calendar has been updated. Have a look at our new tours and guaranteed departures.
4 September: We have returned in the Cape Town office after our attendance at the UK Birdfair. Thank you for visiting us there and attending Callan's lecture on birding in Madagascar.
28 August: New departure: South Africa Ultimate Endemics Tour from 8 February to 2 March 2014. Book early!
27 August: Our South Africa Ultimate Endemics Tour departing in September 2013 is now full.
20 August: New Trip Report: Uganda & Rwanda, by Michael Mills.
10 August: Visit us at UK Birdfair at the entrance to Marquee 3. Callan will be giving a lecture on Madagascar, Friday from 13h00-13h20.
9 August: Everyone had great views of African Green Broadbill. Some tracked Mountain Gorillas and we even saw Leopard! Join our next Uganda tours in January and July 2013.
3 August: Green-breasted Pitta nest building on our Uganda tour! We watched it for 30 mins - everyone ecstatic! Plus great views of Shoebill! Leader Michael Mills reports from Uganda.
25 July: Michael Mills will lead our next Ethiopia
tour from 3 to 16 February 2013. To book, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
15 June: The Angola
tour dates have been amended. Join tour-leader Michael
Mills on our Angola expedition from 19 August until 6 September 2012!
4 June: Photos and highlights from our Tanzania
migration tour have just been posted fresh from the press! See
20 May: Callan and Deirdre are back from the wildbeest migration
in Northern Tanzania!
Photos and more details from this 'Birds & Big Cats' trip will
be posted this week.
5 May: Our Gabon, São
Tomé and Príncipe tour dates and prices have been
updated to match the local flight schedules. Bookings are open!
To join, please email email@example.com or phone +27 21 531
5 May: Callan has returned from a very successful Ethiopia
trip with 505 species
in just 13 days! Photos and more details will be posted as soon
as he's back from leading a Tanzania trip!
23 April: Cape Town Pelagics has two
last spaces on this weekend's trip, 28/29 April. To join, please
contact firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 021 531 9148.
17 April: New Cape
Report: Hottentots Holland & Overberg in April with Cape
Rock-jumper, Cape Siskin, Southern Tchagra, Algulhas Long-billed
Lark and more. Read on here.
New Cape Town Pelagics trip reports: read about watching 17
pelagic species, Spectacled Petrels, Flesh-footed Shearwater, Sperm
Whale and more. Read on here.
28 March: Leader Callan Cohen reports about secretive raptors in
Cuckoo Hawk, Red-thighed Sparrowhawk and Red-chested
Goshawk. See the photographs.
28 March: Guide Callan Cohen is back from
one month tour leading in Ethiopia and Ghana. News from the field
will be posted here soon.
6 March: See guide Tertius
Gous' trip highlights. Find out why a Cape Town day trip is
5 March: Cape
Rock-jumper eating a Dwarf Chameleon, Klipspringer, Cape Grassbird
and all Cormorant species in one day - see Tertius Gous's photographs
report from the 28 February day trip from Cape Town.
1 March: Congo
Serpent Eagle kick-starts the Ghana
tour, reports Callan Cohen today. Read his report
from the field and see some photographs of Congo Serpent Eagle,
Bee-eater and Blue-bellied
29 February: New Trip
Report: Cape Town to West Coast National Park by Dalton Gibbs
in February: 109
26 February: Ethiopia
- report from the field: leader Callan Cohen sent in a brief report
and some photographs of Stresemann's
Lapwing and other highlights. See our blog.
24 February: Namibia:
trip feedback and highlights from Ken and Lys Hall's
self-drive tour in January. Highlights included Damara Tern with
chicks, Dune Lark and Burchell's Courser.
23 February: Cape
Town Pelagics trip reports: Wandering
Albatross, Pomarine Jaeger, Red Phalarope, Sabine's Gull, Flesh-footed
Shearwater and more. Read
on and join us.
17 February: Book early to secure your spot on our new tour: South
African Ultimate Endemics Tour from 19 October to 10 November
2013. Contact us for more
14 February: Visit São
Tomé and Príncipe in October for 9 days. Join
Michael Mills, 'Probably the best guide in Africa' (U.
Toresson, 2011) to see unusual endemics such as Giant
Thrush Babbler, Sao
Tome Speirops and Sao
Tome Short-tail. This follows our 14-day trip to Gabon.
7 February: Uganda
photographs from the January trip: see a juvenile
Finfoot and more. Or have a look at Roger next to the famous
6 February: Last
minute discount: Namibia & Okavango with Callan Cohen for
only GBP2917 from Windhoek 15-30 April 2012. Visit wildlife-rich
areas of Ethosha National Park and the Okavango Panhandle and see
Pel's Fishing Owl. Please contact us.
6 February: Madagascar
trip report by Michael Mills. For our other trips of 2011, we've
posted these photographs
sightings as voted by participants. Click here.
31 January: Our Birding
Africa and Cape Town Pelagics Newsletter is back on! See the
January 2012 issue of The Black Harrier here,
or contact us email@example.com to receive upcoming issues
in your inbox.
27 January: Madagascar: Helmet
Bernier's Vanga showed on both of the Birding Africa Masoala
extension trips last November. See the photographs
26 January: John Malloy shares some photographs he took on two Birding
Africa Cape Town day trips that yielded 161 species! See the photographs
or read Alastair's trip
30 December: Last-minute
availability: Uganda Birds & Gorillas tour from 10 to 21
January 2012. Contact tour leaders Callan Cohen and Deirdre Vrancken:
firstname.lastname@example.org or call +27 21 531 9148.
29 December: Cape Town
Pelagics trip reports have been posted. Read about sightings
from our 6 most recent trips: Kerguelen
Petrel, Southern Royal Albatross, Southern Right Whale and Manx
Shearwater, Great-winged Petrel, Parasitic and Pomarine Jaeger,
Black-bellied Storm Petrel and Atlantic Yellow-nosed Albatross,
Spectacled Petrel and Wandering
28 December: Our recent Kruger-Drakensberg
tour started with much excitement: the endemic Southern
Bald Ibis, Lanner Falcon and Bearded
Vulture. See the photographs.
14 December: Callan
and Deirdre are back from two months tour-leading in Madagascar!
Here are the highlights
from our second tour (1-16 november 2011), as voted by particpants.
Top bird: Madagascar Flufftail!
21 November: Our Madagascar
tour from 19 November to 10 December 2012 is now fully booked. We
have 4 more tours available; please see our tour
1 November: Madagascar:
Callan and Deirdre have just completed the first of six group tours
this season. Here are some photographs
of a pair of Short-legged Ground Roller, Banded Kestrel with
prey, the world's largest chameleon, the world's largest lemur,
Indri, Common Sunbird-Asity and more.
12 October: New trip
report: Rwanda African Bird Club Conservation Tour, July 2011.
12 October: New trip
report: Uganda Specials Tour, July 2011.
12 October: Angola Endemics
Expedition: Trip Report! Everyone had outstanding views of every
single Angolan endemic bird. Have a look at the report's
annotated species list of 535 species, plus some pictures
of some sought-after endemics.
10 October: Uganda:
only 3 places left on our Shoebill & Gorillas from 10 to 21
January. For more info,
please contact us.
7 October: Prince
Ruspoli's Turaco! Abyssinian
Bush Crow, Gelada
Baboon and Ethiopian
Wolf can all be seen on our April Ethiopia
Tour. See the details
and join us to the Roof of Africa, one of Africa's top birding spots!
6 October: New Trip Reports
from our day trips from Cape Town to the West Coast and Hottentots
Hollands. Read through some of the sightings such as Cape
Right Whales and Black
Harrier, or see the pictures.
5 October: For new
Cape Town Pelagics trip reports, please see the website: www.capetownpelagics.com
2 October: Our next
Gabon, São Tomé and Príncipe tour will
start on 15 September. Find more details and prices here.
29 September: Cape
Town Pelagics trip report: Southern Royal Albatross
and hundreds of Common Dolphins on 17 September with Cape Town Pelagics
guide Dalton Gibbs. Read the full report and see some pictures here.
19 September: Last
chance to book: 24 September pelagic with Cape Town Pelagics.
Ask for our last minute discount. Click here
12 September: Cape
Town Pelagics trip reports: Wandering
Albatross, Southern Royal Albatross and Northern Royal Albatross,
led by Cape Town Pelagics guides Dalton Gibbs and Cliff Dorse on
4 September. See the full reports here.
23 August: Cape
Town Pelagics trip report: thousands of birds, including European
Storm-Petrel, led by Cape Town Pelagics guide Dalton Gibbs on 20
August. See the full report here.
23 August: Cape
Town Pelagics trip report: Indian and Atlantic Yellow-nosed
Albatross and Bryde's Whale with Cape Town Pelagics guide Dalton
Gibbs on 7 August. See the full report here.
23 August: Cape
Town Pelagics trip report: Southern Right Whales and Humpbacked
Whales with Cape Town Pelagics guide Barie Rose on 2 August. See
the full report here.
12 August: Cape
Town Pelagics - 7 Albatross species in a day! Wandering Albatross,
Southern Royal Albatross, Southern Fulmar and a white morf Southern
Giant Petrel, seen on the 7th of August trip with Cape Town Pelagics
guide Barrie Rose. See some photographs and read the full report
10 August: Red-collared
Babbler and Red-faced
Barbet among other specials and Albertine Rift Endemics on our
Rwanda tour last July. See the photographs
and read about the trip
5 August: Green-breasted
Pitta jump display
on our Uganda tour. See the photographs of a Green-breasted
Green Broadbill, Shoebill
and read about the trip highlights!
3 August: Madagascar
- last two places: Our tour from 19 to 30 October has only 2
places left. For more info,
please contact us.
2 August: Cape
Town Pelagics - 6 Albatross species in a day!: Wandering Albatross,
Northern Royal Albatross and 4 other Albatross species, seen on
the 30 July trip with Cape Town Pelagics and guide by Barrie Rose.
See some photographs and read the full report here.
8 July: Our 2012 Birding Africa tour schedule is set. Click here
to see our 2012
tour destinations and dates.
7 July: The 2012 Cameroon tour is set! It will be led by Michael
Mills from 9 - 30 March 2012. We offer 2010 rates for bookings received
before 31 August: 4982€, single room supp 440€. Contact
us at email@example.com
for more details.
6 July: The latest Birding Africa Cameroon
Tour Report is now online. Top birds were: Red-headed Picathartes,
Mount Kupe Bushshrike, Golden Nightjar,
Quail-Plover, Fraser's Eagle-Owl, Egyptian
Plover, Standard-winged Nightjar,
Bannerman’s Turaco, White-spotted
Flufftail and Shelley’s Oliveback.
2 July: Cape
Town Pelagics trip report: Southern Fulmar, Antarctic Prion,
and Bryde's Whale in July with Dalton Gibbs. Read the full report
16 june: Please visit us at the UK
Birdfair, 19 to 21 August at stands 28/29 in Marquee 3. Or attend
Callan Cohen's lecture about Birding in Ethiopia
on Friday 14:30-14:50 in the Anglian Water Birdwatching Centre.
15 june: The South
Africa: Cape Birds & Flowers Tour from 6 to 16 August 2011 has
a few more spaces left. If you are interested, please have a look
year's tour and contact us for details.
9 june: Our Madagascar
group tours in 2011 are fully booked. Bookings for our 2012
tours are now open. Please enquire.
9 june: Cape
Town Pelagics trip report: Wandering Albatross on and Dusky
Dolphins in May with Cliff Dorse. Read here.
8 june: Cape
Town Pelagics trip report: Sub-Antarctic Skua, Wilson’s
Storm-petrel and Cory’s Shearwater in April with Dalton Gibbs.
Read the full report here.
11 April: Our Madagascar
tour from 14 to 29 November has just two places left. Our other
'Endemic Birds & Lemurs' group tours are now full. Please contact
us if you are interested in joining.
5 April: Cape
Town Pelagics Trip Report: five Albatross species, Wilson's
Storm Petrel, Blue Shark and Common Dolphin on the Cape Town Pelagics
trip of 26 March, led by Cliff Dorse. See the full report here.
2 April: New
Trip Report: a West Coast day trip from Cape Town led by Otto
Schmidt resulted in rewarding photographs and views of specials
such as Southern Black Korhaan, Cape Penduline Tit and Black Harrier.
1 April: Congratulations to Patrick Rollinson, who wins the 10th
Bird Club ID Challenge. Test your African birding skills...
and win a Southern African
Birdfinder or a 50% discount on a Cape
Town Pelagics trip!
30 March: New
Trip Report: we saw Pectoral Sandpiper - a rare vagrant for
southern Africa, Caracal and African Wild Cat on a West Coast day
trip from Cape Town.
22 March: New
Trip Report: a Cape day trip with Barrie Rose in search of Cape
Rock-jumper and Victorin's Warbler.
22 March: Cape
Town Pelagics Trip Report: Cory�s Shearwaters, Grey (Red) Phalarope,
Oceanic Blue Shark & Skipjack Tuna on with Barrie Rose on 12
Town Pelagics Trip Report: Flesh-footed Shearwater, European
Storm-Petrel and Humpbacked Whale on with Cliff Dorse on 5 March.
16 March: Pelagics
evaluation: Simon & Jane joined a Cape Town Pelagics trip
in February and share their feedback.
11 March: Rwanda's Nuyngwe and Akagera offer 25 Albertine Rift endemics,
Shoebill, tarmac roads and comfortable lodges.
Read our Rwanda
birding article published in ABC Bulletin 17(2) and join
an 8-day tour that supports bird conservation.
8 March: Last place: Cape Town
Pelagics trip on Friday 11 March. Join leader Barrrie Rose in
support of Birdlife International's Save the Albatross Fund. Exceptional
last minute discount. Contact
Cape Town Pelagics Trip Report: Long-tailed Skua, Pomarine Skua,
Oceanic Sunfish and more on February 6th.
Cape Town Pelagics Trip Report: Manx Shearwater, Parasitic Jager,
Wilson's Storm-Petrel and more on February 6th.
Cape Town Pelagics Trip Report: 4 species of Albatross, 3 species
of Shearwater, 2 species of Storm-Petrel and more on January 8th.
17 February: Ethiopia
- hot from the field: 14 endemics in one day, cliff-hanging Gelada
baboons, a scarce Spot-breasted Lapwing, a vagrant Egyptian Plover
and a highly desired White-cheeked Turaco! See the pictures
and read Callan's report.
4 February: Updated Cape
Town Pelagic Trip Reports and sightings of 2010: 4
Albatross species on April 24, Wilson's
Storm-Petrel on May 29,
Pintado Petrel on August 15 and Great
Shearwater & 13 Southern Right Whales on September 5, Red
Gull and Humpbacked
Whale on October 17, Red
Albatross and 4
whale species on November 6.
2 February: Madagascar
in November: last chance to book. Click here for the details
25 January: Ghana Trip
Report. Michael Mills reports back about watching Yellow-headed
Picathartes, African Piculet and more!
13 January: Shoebill
display observed in Uganda. Read Callan & Deirdre's report
and see the photographs of a Shoebill pair and one in flight!
8 January 2011: Trip Report,
Malawi with Michael Mills. Read about Lesser Seedcracker, Black-lored
Cisticola & other top
28 December: Cameroon
2011: only 2 places left! Book
28 December: Cameroon:
tour participant Barry Wright sent us some photographs including
Egyptian Plover and the incredible Standard-winged
23 December: The results are out! Top
birds and experiences as voted by the Madagascar tour participants:
22 December: Madagascar:
Helmet and Bernier's Vangas seen on our Masoala extension. Click
here for some photographs.
21 December: Madagascar:
122 endemic species in 16 days. Plus 26 lemur species. Click
here for some photographs.
27 October: Last
two places: 30 October Cape Town Pelagics. Join our seabirding
trip from Simonstown while you support seabird conservation. Click
here to book or phone
Amanda Kropman 083 270 7452.
New Cape Town Pelagics trip report: Southern
Royal Albatross,Wandering Albatross, Sabine's Gull and Pomarine
Jaeger among 31 species on this Cape Town Pelagics trip of 23
October, led by Cliff Dorse. Read more.
Trip report, Western Cape: Guide Dalton Gibbs reports back from
the Tanqua Karoo where specials included Protea
Seed-eater, Ludwig's Bustard and Layard's Titbabbler. Read the
report, click here.
trip report from the Cape Town Pelagics trip of 11 September,
led by Bruce Dyer. Read about the sightings of Humpback
Whale and more: click here.
18 October: Marie and Marcia praise their West Coast daytrip with
highlights such as Black Harrier and Blue Crane. Click here for
feedback and the trip
18 October: Namibia
tour report and photographs.
Sightings include 71 endemic and near-endemic birds plus the rarely
seen Aardvark and Aardwolf!
17 October: Cameroon
by participant Andy Deighton. These include Jos Plateau Indigobird,
a new record for Cameroon!
17 October: Namibia
by tour-leader Callan Cohen include top birds such as Hartlaub’s
Francolin and Rosy-faced Lovebird.
17 October: Art
helps save the Albatross. Albatross
Task Force member, and regular Cape
Town Pelagics guide, Meidad Goren describes his experiences
with artist Bruce
Pearson. Read more
New Cape Town Pelagics trip report from 19 September by Dalton
Gibbs. Read about the sightings of Bryde's
Whale and more: click here.
15 October: New
Cape Town Pelagics trip report from 18 September by Patrick
Cardwell. Read about the sightings of Pomerine
Jaeger and Sabine�s
Gull, and more: click here.
13 October: Patrice Christy recently guided a private Birding Africa
tour to Gabon and AP Leventis kindly sent us the photos
- see them here.
13 October: Cape
Rock-jumpers and spectacular Black Eagles on a very windy day
trip led by Otto Schmidt - read Enrico's comments here.
13 October: Climate change scientist Hector Galbraith comments on
the best birds of his Madagascar trip: Scaly-Ground-Roller
and Nuthatch Vanga... read more here.
24 August: The UK
Birdfair auction raised funds to save some of Ethiopia's rarest
endemic birds, such as Liben Lark. Dr.
Claire Spottiswoode signed copies of "Where
to Watch Birds in Ethiopia" and Birding Africa and Cape
Town Pelagics donated guided day trips and a signed copy of the
23 August: A new species for Sao
Tome, Grey-rumped Swallow, has been recorded on one of the Birding
Africa tours in August.
12 August: Last chance to join the
Spring Flowers Tour tour. For a sneak preview of what we saw
last year, click here.
Contact us firstname.lastname@example.org
to book and witness one of the most spectacular flower displays
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in November 2011 after watching Madagascar Harrier © Callan
on a Ethiopia
tour in 2011 © Callan Cohen www.birdingafrica.com.
Pitta on a Birding Africa Uganda
tour in 2011
© Callan Cohen & Deirdre Vrancken www.birdingafrica.com.
Green Broadbill on a Birding Africa Uganda
tour in 2011
© Callan Cohen & Deirdre Vrancken www.birdingafrica.com
A second Shoebill flew in and started to display on our Uganda
tour © Callan Cohen & Deirdre Vrancken www.birdingafrica.com. Join our tour in July 2012, led by Michael Mills.
Picathartes on a Birding Africa Cameroon
tour, photographed by tour participant Ian Merrill.
Böhm's bee-eater on a Malawi
tour © tour participant Jon Hemp.
Southern Double-collared Sunbird
on a Cape
Birds & Flowers tour © Callan Cohen.
Nightjar photographed in March 2010 on a Birding Africa trip
© tour participant Hector Galbraith.
(White-necked Rockfowl) can be seen on a Birding Africa tour to
Ghana © Callan
Lesser Hoopoe-Lark, endemic to
Somaliland. Click here
for more pictures © Callan Cohen & Michael Mills www.birdingafrica.com.
Yellow-bellied Sunbird-Asity on our Madagascar
tour © C Cohen.
Red-collared Mountain Babbler on a Rwanda
Tour © Ray Tipper.
See Rockrunner on a Namibia
Birding Tour © Ian Merrill.