Ruaha National Park boasts over 500 species of birds, making it a hotspot for birding enthusiasts. During the summer months, migrant species arrive in the region, often to breed, and the skies are full of flocks on the move. Steppe eagles arrive in their multitudes after an epic journey form the steppes of Asia, and inter-African migrants such as woodland kingfishers fill the air with their trilling calls.
As the rainy season draws to a close in Ruaha, this beautiful selection of images by Marius Swart and Lorenzo Rossi exemplify the beauty and diversity of the birdlife in the park.
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