A Sunday bird walk in the scrub bushes in the west of Lake Baringo yielded the following species

1.Black and White Cuckoo

2.African Cuckoo

3.Black-throated Barbet

4.Red-fronted Barbet

5.Red and Yellow Barbet

6.Black-cheeked Waxbill

7.Red-fronted Warbler

8.Pale Prinia

9.Yellow-breasted Apalis

10.Buff-bellied Warbler

11.Cliff Chat

12.Brown-tailed Rock Chat

13.Hemprich’s Hornbill

14.Jackson’s Horbill

15.African Grey Hornbill

16.Northern Red-billed Hornbill

17.African Grey Flycatcher

18.Yellow-spotted Petronia

19.Speckled-fronted Weaver

20.Parrot-billed Sparrow

21.African paradise flycatcher(white morph)

22.African Pygmy Kingfisher

23.Pygmy Batis

24.Pink-breasted Lark

25.Lanner Falcon

26.Bristle-crowned Starling

27.Magpie Starling

28.Pygmy Falcon

29.Somali Golden-breasted Bunting

30.Olive-tree Warbler

31. Vetteline’s Weaver

32.Lesser-masked Weaver

33.Jackon’s Golden-backed Weaver

34.Green-winged Pytilia






About kenyabirding

I am passionate about ornithology and the environment. I love to bird watch anywhere I can! I am involved with the Lake Baringo Biodiversity Conservation Group and also run an local eco-tourism company Silent Fliers of Kenya Safaris that specializes in birding, Wildlife photography and general wildlife holidays in East Africa
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