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Bird watching
Mwinilunga District is internationally recognised for its prolific bird life. Various species such as black saw wing swallow, carmine bee eater, half collared kingfisher, African Finfoot, Schallows and Lady Ross' Lourie occur in prime locations such as the West Lunga River and Chitunta Plain..

Both the Lunga and Kabompo Rivers are well known for their fishing. Tiger fish and bream live in abundance and can be fished during the dry season. Impressive specimens have been caught.

Agriculture & Mining
Rich soils and abundant rain supply provide good farming conditions. A wide range of crops are produced locally. The area is well known for honey production. Prolific pineapple production is the most famous of the export crops.

Artisnal and small scale copper mining businesses are growing, providing employment opportunities and promoting regional wealth.