In total, there are over 750 bird species in Zambia, across a range of environments. Wetland and swamp areas attract a variety of waterfowl, from herons, storks and ibises to the stately crowned and wattled cranes. Zambia’s the most sought-after wetland species, the shoebill stork, is the highlight of any bird-watching break to Zambia’s Bangweulu wetlands. The birding highlights of Zambia’s drier areas include the country’s only truly endemic bird species, the Chaplin’s barbet – with its distinctive red eye patch. Other colorful specialties in Zambia include Bohm’s bee-eater, racket-tailed roller and spotted creeper. Depending on our visitors` interests we are happy to tailor your special birding experience.he Pick up at 6am from any lodge or hotel in Livingstone. Birding Safari duration is 3 hours depending on your tick list. Drop off after walk at your lodge or hotel.