Mozambique is without a doubt one of Africa’s best kept birding secrets being home to a variance in habitats from lowland forests through to intertidal mudflats, miombo woodland through to seasonally flooded grasslands.
A compressive trip to this remarkably productive southern African country will oft times produce a trip list of 400+ species and this talk aims to highlight exactly why it is so productive and what it has to offer for any interested birders keen to tackle this ever developing country.
Date(s) - 17/08/2018
10:00 am - 10:20 am
Harrier Lecture Theatre