DescriptionThis area is located in southeast Kenya and covers a mountain range of volcanic origin.
In the area there are the following habitats: savanna, lava flows and mountain forest.
Ornithological importanceIn this area there is a record of at least 135 species. Highlight to the occurrence of endemic subspecies of Shelley's Francolin (Francolinus shelleyi), White-starred Robin (Pogonocichla stellata) and Orange Ground-thrush (Zoothera gurneyi). Highlight also to the occurrence of Abbott's Starling (Cinnyricinclus femoralis).
Up to 2160m
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Information in English
Specific conservation status: Important bird area (IBA)
Not specific conservation status: National Park
- Chyulu Hills National Park, Kenya Wildlife service
- Chyulu Hills forests, Birdlife
- V. G. L. Van Someren. The Birds of the Chyulu Hills. Reports on the Coryndon Museum Expedition to the Chyulu Hills.
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