Kenya is known for its wildlife and safaris to offer its visitors each year, and one of the key attractions in this destination is the birding safari. This country can let you witness the most spectacular flamingos congregating in their lakes in the Great Rift Valley. This country has some of the most remarkable birds in the world.There are almost 1089 different bird species that boast Kenya’s wide birding population. People can enjoy about 600 bird species during a short trip. Some of the reasons this country is ideal for birds is its perfect climate, geographical features, and diverse habitats, making it perfect for birds of different species to migrate here. Even without going outside Nairobi, there are more than 600 migratory and resident birds found in the capital. In this place, you are about to see birds everywhere you go even just taking a stroll in the hotel gardens, national museums and other destinations in Nairobi.The population of migratory birds that compose about 10 percent of the country’s birdlife such as the go-away birds, guinea fowls, and barbets are all over the place. They are active birds that you can see all year. There is a surprising range of habitats that you can visit during your day trips from the capital. These can include some of the sites in Rift Valley that has an Oloregesaile Prehistoric Site and also the foothills of the Aberdare range of mountains.There are a lot to see in Kenya like the wide array of indigenous and rare migratory birds especially for the birding enthusiasts. These birds are just tucked away from various farmlands in the area. There is the Arabuko-Sokoke close to the Malindi where six endangered bird species are found like the sokoke pipit, sokoke scops, and east coast akalat. Both the endangered and native species of Aberdare Cisticola and Sharpe’s Longclaw are living in the highlands near the mountain ranges. In addition, there are also the yellow warblers that are thriving in the swamps of Lake Victoria.In order to witness the astounding selection of bird species in Kenya, you have to contact your tour company to include this in your tour package. Contact your local guide to be successful in your bird sighting tour.