Birds of Namibia
Introduction: Abdim's stork (Ciconia abdimii) was named after the Egyptian governor of the Wadi Halfa area of Sudan, El Arnaut Abdim Bey (1780-1827). They inhabit savannah woodland, pan edges, pastures and grassland. A gregarious species, flocks of hundreds are common, gathering beside water to sunbathe and spread their wings.
Diet: Walks slowly to pick termites off the ground. Also eats scorpions, frogs, lizards, mice, water rats, millipedes, young birds, small fish, molluscs and crabs.
Description Black and white coloured medium-sized stork with long, straight bill.
Size: 80cm. Weight: 1.5kg.
A satellite camp to Fiume Lodge, the Bush Camp requires a minimum two night stay and is the base for top quality guided excursions to visit a local Bushman / San community
A partially community owned camp - allows guest to gain an insight into the lives of the local Bushman community
In the town of Tsumkwe this lodge offers an opportunity to visit the local San communities