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There are a huge number of endemic and near-endemic species of Angola birds to be found across the country’s various habitats.
The rich and diverse habits range from woodlands to savannas, deserts, coastlines and forests, and while land issues and deforestation has taken its toll, there are still many areas which have high bird populations.
Birdlife in Angola
With close to a thousand species of birdlife in Angola, the country is a haven for bird watchers who want to explore a relatively undiscovered country with fascinating landscapes and abundant bird sightings.
Angola birdlife includes ostriches, penguins, albatrosses, pelicans, herons and egrets, storks, ibises and spoonbills, flamingos, hawks, kites and eagles, secretary-bird, guineafowl, oystercatchers, gulls, parrots, macaws and allies, owls, kingfishers, bee-eaters, hoopoes, hornbills, honeyguides, woodpeckers, larks, swallows, sunbirds, white-eyes, helmetshrikes, crows, jays, ravens and magpies.
Birding Angola is becoming a popular option for overland tours, with excellent viewing opportunities across all regions.
National parks, especially Cangandala National Park, as well as coastline and greater forests offer some of the best bird watching; however desert areas also offer some spectacular sightings.
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