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Bird Watching in Solomon Islands

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Bird Watching

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There are at least 173 different species of birds. You may see flashes of brilliant colour from the many parrot species, perhaps you’ll catch a glimpse of the beautifully named Red Knobbed Imperial Pigeon or a Solomon Eagle soaring high overhead or feel the lightest brush of wind as one of the 130 species of butterflies flutters past.

The most famous of the birds is probably the megapode or incubator bird. The bird nests in thermal sand on islands in the Central and Western Provinces. When the eggs hatch the babies are able to fly as soon as their wings dry.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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