Mozambique

Photodestinations in Mozambique

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green tinkerbird by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.jpg
The small town of Unguane, located in the Inhambane province of central Mozambique is the area where a small population of the highly localized Green Tinkerbird was rediscovered in coastal thicket early 2013.
white-breasted cuckoo shrike by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.jpg
The miombo woodlands and wetlands of Panda are situated within central Mozambique. Excellent birding may be had within this area with several highly sought after species being found here.
Amethyst Sunbird by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Cadwick.jpg
Caju Afrique, situated within central Mozambique, offers highly sought after Sand Forest birding. The small and comfortable lodge accommodation lies on the edge of a large lake and has numerous trails cutting through the dense vegetation, easing bird watching and photography opportunities.
Black Crowned Night Heron by Wildlife & Conservation Photographer Peter Chadwick
The well-known Limpopo River that separates Zimbabwe and South Africa slows down to form an expansive floodplain in Central Mozambique in the vicinity of Xai Xai. This floodplain offers rich and diverse feeding areas for an incredible plethora of birdlife that make it a must visit destination for any serious birdwatchers.
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