Adam opened his first bird book at the age of 4, and by the age of 6 could identify every species in that book. Fast forward a few decades, and he’s one of East Africa’s foremost birding fundis, having authored several field guides of his own (with his biggest project debuting next year: a photographic field guide to all the birds of East Africa). Perhaps most importantly, as Angama’s Birder-in-Residence for the months of March and April, he too forgets to take off his binoculars at dinner time, making our Regional Director, Tyler, feel a little less self-conscious.
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The Migrant Birder Returns1 December 2020While the Great Migration may be East Africa’s better-known natural phenomenon, for Adam Scott Kennedy, the migratory habits of East Africa’s birds are far more awe-inspiringByAdam Scott Kennedy
Big Days & Blue Swallows30 May 2017Adam Scott Kennedy reflects on his time as Birder In Residence at Angama Mara, shares some of his birding highlights and tells the story of Angama’s first “Big Day”ByAdam Scott Kennedy