A Rich Diversity Of Colour And Song In Our Skies
Birds of a feather flock forever in the skies over Ongava. We’ve identified more than 300 avian species in the reserve, all the way from the little sociable weaver that works so hard to build its giant communal nests, to the flightless ostrich that dances on the plains.
You’ve got a good chance of seeing raptors circling for prey, solitary owls perched on branches, kingfishers dipping into waterholes, Lilac-breasted rollers flitting to show off their colours, and many more of our indigenous species.
Our strategic location, bordering Etosha National Park, means that we’re on the flight path for thousands of migratory birds, adding to the rich diversity of colour and song that will engage your senses on a birdwatching expedition.
Whether you’re a seasoned birder or a curious nature lover, Ongava's varied ecosystems and experienced guides promise a remarkable and rewarding birdwatching experience.
The reserve’s range of habitats, from sweeping savannah to lush mopane woodland and shimmering waterholes, attract a wide array of birdlife, making Ongava a haven for anyone who delights in the beauty and majesty of life on the wing.
Birdwatching at Ongava Game Reserve offers an exciting opportunity to observe and appreciate a kaleidoscope of bird species in their natural habitat, leaving you spellbound by their beauty and biodiversity.
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