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You're invited to the BirdFair, 19 to 21 August at Rutland

by Zambezi

15 August 2011


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An invitation to the BirdFair


...see us at the Birdfair, Rutland, 19 to 21 August 2011


Hi everyone, not long before BirdFair...

...we're looking forward to seeing old friends and new faces, Friday to Sunday 19 to 21 AugustPel's f1shing owl

Join us in Marquee 1, stands 59 and 60

  • Get updated on some African news ... from East Africa (the migration is now well and truly on the move), southern Africa (where we've just had snow in Namibia!; the 3rd year of flooding in the Okavango and both the upper and lower Zambezi) and from central Africa (where we're running new expeditions)
  • We have some unbeatable packages on offer - here's a sample:


    • An unbeatable package at Victoria Falls – get into the wilder birding habitats in Zimbabwe, Zambia, Botswana and Namibia and use this package at the start and/or end of a safari – 3 nights, 4* comfort




    • A week-long safari in Zambia's Luangwa during the green period (November to April) 


    • Lower Zambezi “summer migrants” and residents: Lilian's lovebirds, Pel’s fi5hing owls, Crested guineafowl, African skimmers and more! Helmet Vanga, Mozambique


    • Madagascar “Vanga Triangle” from the very end of August to December visit at least one site in each of Madagascar’s three chief climatic/floristic zones: eastern rainforest, southern spiny bush and western tropical deciduous forest. 


    • The Mafuri Safari - a 4 night package exclusively available from Wilderness Safaris - combines Mashatu (350 species) and Pafuri region, Kruger NP (400 species) November to April


If you can't join us at Rutland then

We hope you can join us!

John, Trish, Jackie, Mark and the Zambezi gang

Carmine bee-eaters, lower Zambezi River


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Best way to experience northern Mozambique

by Zambezi

28 April 2011

Island hopping by dhow! 

Just back from Mozambique, Trish couldn't wait to share some of her favourite discoveries with us.

Perfect for free spirits, the 8 Day Dhow Safari takes you island hopping by traditional dhow, camping on the beach by night on the pristine islands of the Quirimbas archipelago, culminating with a few nights of luxuy on Ibo Island.  Snorkel, kayak, dive and star gaze.

With verdant native bush spilling over onto coral reefs, mangrove forests and hidden coves, Ibo Island is a beach seeker's paradise with prolific marine life and a rich cultural legacy.   It's also a fabulous spot for birders - the riparian forest is a great habitat for black-bellied starlings and other birds. The mangrove forest provides roosting spots with sightings of Dimorphic egret, great white egret, pink-backed pelican, yellow-billed stork, crab plovers and woolly-necked storks.

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