South Island National Park in Kenya is one of three national parks in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Lake Turkana. The island is home to a plethora of birdlife, including 34 species of European migrants, who are most magnificently seen between March and May when they return home. Goliath herons and African skimmers are among the species that breed here, while African open-billed storks, Ducks, and Gulls eat on the shoreline, and lesser flamingos flock to the volcanic island lakes. Birds of prey, particularly swallow-tailed kites, are also plentiful. This park is great for wildlife viewing and boasts one of the world’s greatest crocodile populations.