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1) Superb Starling

These charismatic birds usually hang around in small family flocks of up to 15 birds and are commonly found in open woodland, savannahs, and even some towns and gardens across much of Kenya.

2) Lesser Flamingo

These long-legged beauties can be found in their thousands in Kenya’s incredible rift valley lakes.

3) Sokoke Scops Owl

These tiny little owls are the smallest in Africa! Like most other owls, they are nocturnal, and mainly feed on insects.

4) Grey-crowned Crane

These elegant and beautiful birds are also very photogenic and can be seen walking around grasslands in pairs or flocks.

5) Secretary Bird

These tall birds of prey are unlike any other! They look like pretty storks, but don’t let their looks deceive you.

6) Malachite Sunbird

Sunbirds are small nectar feeders with bright colors and iridescent feathers, and the malachite sunbird certainly lives up to its name.

7) Lilac-breasted Roller

The lilac-breasted roller is an exquisitely colourful bird; many believe it’s even the most photographed bird in Kenya.

8) Vulturine Guineafowl

They are the largest and definitely most beautiful guineafowls on the planet.

9) Northern Carmine Bee-eater

Largest of their kind in Africa, and they are absolutely lovely!

10) African Fish Eagle

A true African icon, no water body would be complete without an African fish eagle nearby.

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