April 24, 2007 | Pulitzer Center Donate Now A Black Headed Heron with places to go A White Backed Vulture stands guard. Weaver nests in a thorn tree. Yellow Billed Storks and darters fill the air next to Lake Urema. The abundant bird life at Gorongosa is still a strong draw for tourists. Maribou Storks catch small catfish in a drying pool. Yellow Billed Storks in a row wait for the African sunset on the floodplain of the park. A Fish Eagle eats a fish above a park floodplain. Gorongosa is still considered one of the top birding locations in southeast Africa.