9 February 2012.
Two tawny eagles on a palm tree.
Further to the west. Collared pratincoles flying swiftly, just above the water.
Then, two adult hippos and a baby, swimming and often diving.
Guinea baboons in a palm tree.
Two white-backed vultures on another palm tree.
Baboons with a baby on the bank under a tree.
A female western red colobus monkey with a baby, eating a tree’s last leaves.
Fences to keep Gambian hippos out of ricefields: here.
- Gambian nature reserve gets more trees (dearkitty1.wordpress.com)
- From source to mouth, the River Gambia (bbc.co.uk)
- Female Ghanaian judge appointed Chief Justice of The Gambia (ghanabusinessnews.com)
- Gambia says no more U.S. military training (securityassistancemonitor.wordpress.com)