Birdwatching in Morgan Bay and Kei Mouth

There are an abundance of birding habitats in Morgan Bay and Kei Mouth, ranging from the Great Kei river and Morgan Bay estuary, to back gardens, the two municipal dams, grassland and woodland, Yellowwood Forest, the beaches, Morgan Bay cliffs and coastal forest of Cape Morgan Nature Reserve.

Common species include: Sunbirds, Hornbills, Bulbuls, Barbets, Weavers, Canaries, Waxbills, Crowned Cranes, Fish Eagles, Jackal Buzzards, Long Crested Eagles, Goliath Heron, Kingfishers, Plovers, Cormorants, Darters, Herons, Black Headed Orioles, Narina Trogons, Oystercatchers and much more.

Download our up to date bird checklist here: Morgan Bay & Kei Mouth Bird Checklist (325 species)