Madagascar is known as “The Eighth Continent” largely because its birds, animals and plants are absolutely nothing like those of any of the other seven continents and presents travelers with an “other-worldly” experience.
Puerto Rico has 349 species of birds, approximately 120 of which are resident breeders. There are 18 endemic species, many accidentals, and 42 known introductions. Puerto Rican avifauna, as a group, has received more attention from the conservation community than other faunal groups. According to the IUCN Red Data List, 14 of the endemic bird… Read more
Kenya is one of the best-known and most often visited African countries. For those taking their first safari here it offers both abundant big mammals and extremely high bird diversity Photos courtesy Ken Behrens of Tropical Birding… Read more
Kenya is one of the best-known African countries, and for those taking their first trip here it offers excellent opportunities for both game and birds. Kenya has one of the richest avifaunas in Africa, with around 1,090 bird species recorded, of which at least eight are national endemics. Below are just a handful of special birds that you… Read more
Sri Lanka offers startling diversity of birds and a deeply satisfying experience for any natural history enthusiast. Use this photo gallery to help you study the target species and endemic birds of Sri Lanka. This accompanies our post by Sam Woods: A Birder’s Guide to Sri Lanka, Everything You Need to Know and More… Read more
Use this gallery of target species and endemic birds of Taiwan to study for your upcoming trip.
Tour leader Ken Behrens lives in Madagascar and leads tours all over Africa. Here he shares some of his top bird photos from Madagascar.