Birds of Namibia
Introduction: The yellow-breasted apalis (Apalis flavida) inhabit woodland, evergreen forest and edges and camelthorn trees associated with riverine woodland. Usually they can be observed in pairs or small family groups.Distribution: Etosha National Park, Kavango River region, Mahango National Park, Kwando River, Okavango Delta and Moremi Game Reserve.
Diet: Eats small weevils, beetles, grasshoppers, ants, caterpillars and spider found in dense vegetation.Description: A small, long-tailed warbler, with characteristic yellow on the sides of the neck and breast. Features include a flycatcher type bill, fairly long tail and short, rounded wings.
Breeding: Sometimes the oval nest of this species is made entirely of lichens, instead of dry leaves, flowers and seed pods. Usually 3 eggs are laid from October to January and incubated for up to 12 days.Size:12cm. Weight: 8g.
3 Days - Visits Sesriem & Sossusvlei in the Namib Desert
4 Days - Game viewing in Etosha National Park
10 Days - Waterberg, Etosha, Damaraland, Swakopmund & Sossusvlei
14 Days - Waterberg, Etosha, Damaraland, Swakopmund, Sossusvlei, Lüderitz, Fish River Canyon & Kalahari Desert
20 Days - Visits Namibia, Vic Falls & Botswana