Fishing EaglesGrey GullsAfrican White-backed VulturesGreat CormorantPied KingfisherHadeda IbisRednecked SpurfowlSenegal Thick-kneeHammerkopEgyptian Geese
Palm Vulture in flight

Queen Elizabeth National Park is home to over 600 species of birds. Although we only got a handful of photos of these creatures, it was a delight to see so many gathered in the wild. Most of these photos were taken from a boat on the Kazinga Channel, and there were literally thousands upon thousands of birds in this area. Click on the small photos for a larger view of each bird - and for a description pass your mouse over them for their name. (Note: If you know the species of the "unknowns" - lower two on the right - please email me: click here.)