New Tick Species Found!!
This tick was discovered by Professor Dr. Frans Jongejan at McBrides Camp and has been named Cosmiomma Hippopotamensis
Rare Chaplin’s Barbet Found!!
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Aardvark, Roan Antelope, Sable Antelope, Tree Squirrel, Buffalo, Lesser Bushbaby, Thick-tailed Bushbaby, Warthog, Bush pig, African Civet, Blue Duiker, Honey Badger, Eland, Elephant, Genet, Greater Kudu, Bush Buck, Scrub Hare, Lichtenstein’s Hartebeest, Common Duiker, Side-striped Jackal, Leopard, Lion, Cheetah, Sharpe’s Grysbok, Slender Mongoose, White-tailed Mongoose, Vervet Monkey, Striped Mouse, Spotted-backed Otter, Banded Mongoose, Puku, Reedbuck, Four-toed Shrew, Hippo, Spotted Hyena, Defassa Waterbuck, Burchell’s Zebra, Pangolin, Porcupine
The area abounds with bird life (over 300 species) like various species of Cormorants and other water birds, Herons, Ross’s Lourie, Schalow’s Lourie, Pel’s Fishing Owl, Racket-tailed Roller, Pennant-winged Nightjar, Heuglin’s Robin, Openbill Stork, African Skimmer, different species of Pigeons, Doves, Honeyguides, Eagles and other birds of prey, Francolins, Guinea Fowl, Ducks and Geese, Jacanas, Darters, Kingfishers, Trumpeter Hornbill and other Hornbills, Dikkops, Plovers, Parrots, African Finfoot, Woodpeckers, Barbets, Sunbirds and others.
The fishing is also generally excellent, with yellow-belly and other breams usually the most sought-after species though Kafue pike and barbel (catfish) are also present.
Mammal, bird, reptile, fish and other species lists, as well as a large variety of textbooks are available on request.