Birds as a Rwanda Safari attraction in Volcanoes National Park
The Volcanoes National Park features extensive avifauna most of which are endemic to Albertine Rift. The Park is home to the three (3) of the globally threatened species such as African Green Broadbill, Lagden’s Bush shrike and Kivu Ground Thrush. In addition, the 53 of the 74 species that thrive in Afro tropical Highlands’ biome that exist in destination Rwanda have been identified in Volcanoes National Park. Some of the bird species explored in Volcanoes National Park include; Archer’s ground robin, dusky crimson-wing, the francolins, red-faced woodland warbler, Rwenzori double collared sunbird, Rwenzori turaco, collared apalis, strange weaver and Rwenzori batis.
Birding as a Rwanda Safari activity in Volcanoes National Park
With a count of 178 species of birds some of which are endemic to the Albertine Rift, the birders on Rwanda birding safari can consider Volcanoes National Park among the options. During the activity, possible bird sights include; Rwenzori turaco, dusky crimson-wing, Archer’s ground robin, francolins, Rwenzori double-collared sunbird, red-faced woodland warbler, strange weaver, collared apalis and Rwenzori batis.