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Birding in Mozambique
Birding in Mozambique
The presence of the Black-headed Apalis in the Dovela’s coastal forest was discovered in 2014 by Thomas. The Plain-backed Sunbird is considered as...

Publié le mercredi 12-08-2020




Birding in Mozambique
Birding in Mozambique
The Collared Palm Thrush is far from being a common bird and the keen birders will love its presence in the middle of the coconut trees around the...

Publié le jeudi 30-07-2020




Birding in Mozambique
Birding in Mozambique
The Green Malkoha loves to creep covertly through the vegetation, looking for tree-frogs, caterpillars, insects and occasionally fruits. The Black...

Publié le jeudi 23-07-2020




Birding in Mozambique
Birding in Mozambique
Here are the two larger raptors we can see at Dovela. The Brown Snake Eagle eats mainly snakes (including large poisonous species) and other...

Publié le mardi 21-07-2020




Birding in Mozambique
Birding in Mozambique
It's time for raptors. The Dickinson’s Kestrel is not a common bird but we have several resident pairs in the village. The African Cuckoo-Hawk is...

Publié le mardi 7-07-2020




Birding in Mozambique
Birding in Mozambique
The Green Wood-hoopoe eat insects,centipedes, geckos, frogs but also fruit and nectar. The White-crested Helmet-Shrike eat insects, spiders and...

Publié le samedi 13-06-2020




Birding in Mozambique
Birding in Mozambique
One specie that the keen birders will look for around the lodge is the very elusive, tiny and beautiful Livingstone’s Flycatcher. Even if the...

Publié le lundi 25-05-2020




Birding in Mozambique
Birding in Mozambique
The Lilac-breasted Roller is very common in the coconut trees in Southern Mozambique. The Little Bee-eater is the world’s smallest bee-eater and...

Publié le jeudi 14-05-2020




Birding in Mozambique
Birding in Mozambique
Let’s go on with the very common birds of the coastal forest. The Purple-crested Turaco (Tauraco porphyreolophus, 42 cm) is the most common Turaco...

Publié le lundi 27-04-2020




Birding in Mozambique
Birding in Mozambique
The Pied Kingfisher (Ceryle rudis, 25cm) is a very common Kingfisher around lakes in Southern Mozambique. This is the only kingfisher in the...

Publié le vendredi 24-04-2020




Birding in Mozambique
Birding in Mozambique
Within Dovela’s environment we find 6 different species of Kingfishers: 3 of them are always found on the edge of Dongane’s lake because they eat...

Publié le mardi 21-04-2020




Birding in Mozambique
Birding in Mozambique
Two others very common residents of the costal forest: The Yellow-bellied Greenbul (Chlorocichla flaviventris, 22 cm) is very similar to the Sombre...

Publié le samedi 18-04-2020




Birding in Mozambique
Birding in Mozambique
The Woodward’s Batis (Batis fratrum, 12cm) is a near-endemic bird in dune forest in Mozambique and listed as Near-threatened. Therefore the...

Publié le jeudi 16-04-2020




Birding Mozambique
Birding Mozambique
Let's keep on with resident birds....  One of the most abundant bird in Dovela's costal forest is the Sombre Greenbul. But you will also easily...

Publié le mardi 14-04-2020




Birding Mozambique
Birding Mozambique
Let's start with the most common species and permanent residents of our coastal forest: crowned hornbill and Yellow-rumped Tinkerbird.

Publié le dimanche 12-04-2020




Marine Pollution Survey at Dovela
Marine Pollution Survey at Dovela
A WIOMSA protocol implemented at Dunes... Since the 12th May 2019, under Stephanie Duvail’s guidance, we are implementing a beach survey focused...

Publié le dimanche 15-12-2019




 



              

 

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