Which are some of the Endemic birds unique to Arabuko sokoke nature reserve


Province: Coast

Country: Kenya


Arabuko-Sokoke Forest Reserve is located 110 km north of mombasa. The park is home to Elephant Shrew, and Ader's Duiker which is only found in this forest and Zanzibar amongst other birds species such as The Clarke's Weaver is completely endemic to the forest, while the Sokoke Scops Owl, Sokoke Pipit, and the Amani Sunbird and Spotted Ground Thrush are mostly found in the forest sector of Tanzania.
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Arabuko sokoke forest is the only ingenious forest and largest.arabuko sokoke is the home of mammals.birds and reptiles.ASFis the home of six globally threatened birds eg sokoke pipit,east coast akalat,spotted ground thrush amani Sunbird&Clarke's weaver.the endemic birds are sokoke scoop owls and clarke's weaver.the reptiles are puff adder ,green mamba and also you can find golden rumped elephant shrew and duiker.
Arabuko Sokoke Forest has a variety of birds which are endemic to the area. They include; Sokoke Scops Owl, Sokoke Pipit, East Coast Akalat, Amani Sunbird, and the Clarke's Weaver, Arabuko is also the global stronghold for one Globally Endangered species, the Spotted Ground Thrush.The Forest also houses a large number of bird species restricted to the coastal area, such as the Green Barbet, Fisher's Turaco and Southern Banded Snake Eagle.

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