Maps of World
Current, Credible, Consistent
Maps / Comoros / Fauna / Birds in Comoros

Birds in Comoros

Various Comoros Birds have found their abode in the rain forests and mangrove forests sprawling along the coasts of Comoros. Certain Comoros birds are common to Comoros while some can be found in a certain island of Comoros.
A variety of exquisite migratory birds can also be located at the fresh water lakes of Dziani Karehani, Dziani Boundouni and Lac Dzialandze. These birds drop in here on the way to Africa and Madagascar. The Migratory birds found here include:
  • Madagascar Squacco Heron
  • Little Grebe
  • Madagascar Heron
  • Eleonora's Falcon
  • Crab-plover Dromas
  • Palearctic waders

About 21 species of birds are considered to be common birds of Comoros. The birds of Comoros which are intrinsic to the country include:
  • Bronze Mannikin
  • Grand Comoro Drongo
  • Mayotte Scops-owl
  • Mount Karthala White-eye
  • Anjouan sunbird
  • Anjouan brush-warbler
  • Comoro olive-pigeon
  • Comoro blue-pigeon
The habitats of the birds in Comoros are threatened because of a number of factors like volcanic eruption, erosion of soils and deforestations. Birds like Grand Comoro flycatcher and the Grand Comoro drongo are mainly facing the problem of habitat loss. Several species of birds like Karthala scops owl are also becoming critically endangered. Some of the birds, which are threatened with extinction, include Hilton-Taylor and Mayotte drongo. Various steps are now being undertaken to conserve the rare species of birds in Comoros.

FAQs and Answers on History and Geography

EU GDPR Update
MapsofWorld has updated its Terms and Privacy Policy to give Users more transparency into the data this Website collects, how it is processed and the controls Users have on their personal data. Users are requested to review the revised Privacy Policy before using the website services, as any further use of the website will be considered as User's consent to MapsofWorld Privacy Policy and Terms.
For further info please get in touch with us at