Anseriformes Family: Anatidae
Anatidae incorporates the ducks and most duck-like waterfowl, for example, geese and swans. These winged creatures are adjusted to a sea-going presence with webbed feet, leveled bills, and quills that are brilliant at shedding water because of a sleek covering.
The ostriches are flightless winged creatures local to Africa. They are the biggest living types of winged creature and are particular in appearance,lpsmags with a long neck and legs and the capacity to run at high speeds.
White-confronted whistling-duck, Dendrocygna viduata
Fulvous whistling-duck, Dendrocygna bicolor
White-sponsored duck, Thalassornis leuconotus
Handle charged duck, Sarkidiornis melanotos
Egyptian goose, Alopochen aegyptiaca
Rosy shelduck, Tadorna ferruginea
Spike winged goose, Plectropterus gambensis
African dwarf goose, Nettapus auritus
Garganey, Spatula querquedula
Hottentot greenish blue, Spatula hottentota
Northern shoveler, Spatula clypeata
Gadwall, Mareca strepera
Eurasian wigeon, Mareca penelope
African dark duck, Anas sparsa
Yellow-charged duck, Anas undulata
Mallard, Anas platyrhynchos (A)
Cape greenish blue, Anas capensis
Red-charged duck, Anas erythrorhyncha
Northern pintail, Anas acuta
Green-winged greenish blue, Anas crecca
Southern pochard, Netta erythrophthalma
Normal pochard, Aythya ferina (A) (Vulnerable)
Ferruginous duck, Aythya nyroca (Near-undermined)
Tufted duck, Aythya fuligula
Maccoa duck, Oxyura maccoa (Vulnerable)
Request: Galliformes Family: Numididae
Guineafowl are a gathering of African, seed-eating, ground-settling winged animals that take after partridges, however with featherless heads and radiant dark plumage.
Helmeted guineafowl, Numida meleagris
Vulturine guineafowl, Acryllium vulturinum
Peaked guineafowl, Guttera pucherani
New World quail
Request: Galliformes Family: Odontophoridae
In spite of their family’s basic name, this species and one other are local to Africa.
Stone partridge, Ptilopachus petrosus
Birds, grouse, and partners
The yellow-necked francolin is normal in fields.
Request: Galliformes Family: Phasianidae
The Phasianidae are a group of earthly flying creatures which comprises of quails, partridges, snowcocks, francolins, spurfowls, tragopans, monals, birds, peafowls, and wilderness fowls. As a rule, they are full (in spite of the fact that they shift in size) and have expansive, moderately short wings.
Blue quail, Synoicus adansonii
Normal quail, coturnix
Harlequin quail, Coturnix delegorguei
Dark fronted francolin, Pternistis atrifons (Endangered)
Flaky francolin, Pternistis squamatus
Hildebrandt’s francolin, Pternistis hildebrandti
Jackson’s francolin, Pternistis jacksoni
Yellow-necked francolin, Pternistis leucoscepus
Red-necked francolin, Pternistis afer
Peaked francolin, Dendroperdix sephaena
Coqui francolin, Peliperdix coqui
Red-winged francolin, Scleroptila levaillantii
Ring-necked francolin, Scleroptila streptophora (Near-undermined)
Orange River francolin, Scleroptila guttturalis
Moorland francolin, Scleroptila psilolaema
Shelley’s francolin, Scleroptila shelleyi
Gigantic groups of lesser flamingos visit the Rift Valley lakes (here Lake Nakuru).