Tanzania: World Birdwatch activities


Uluguru BushshrikeFrom BirdLife:

The Wildlife Conservation Society of Tanzania (WCST, BirdLife in Tanzania) organised two birdwatching expeditions to the North Uluguru Mountains and Pugu Forests Important Bird Areas (IBAs), as part of the World Bird Festival celebrations.

The Uluguru team was lucky to see Uluguru Bushshrike Malaconotus alius, a Critically Endangered species endemic to the Uluguru Mountains.

Uluguru bush-shrikes in Tanzania: here.

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