A pied kingfisher catches a small fish.
A grey heron.
A common sandpiper.
A spur-winged plover on a small beach.
A squacco heron flies away. A black kite flying.
A pied crow.
Near the bridge, a greenshank wading.
A great egret.
Senegal thick-knees on the bank.
Whimbrel, redshank, on the river bank as well.
A western plantain-eater sitting on one of the wires across the river.
Pied kingfishers sit on those wires as well. Sometimes in groups of four birds, often looking down to see if there are any fish in the water.
A grey plover on the bank.
A yellow wagtail between the mangrove roots.
A wire-tailed swallow sitting on a pole in the water.
African jacana. Sacred ibis.
An African monarch butterfly.
A grey-headed kingfisher on a fence.
Long-tailed glossy starlings on a tree.
Kotu Pond is really a sewage farm. Nevertheless, there are many birds. Including cattle and intermediate egrets. A little grebe swimming.
A little swift flying.
In the same tree, a bearded barbet.
Back to the bridge. Blue-cheecked bee-eaters sitting on the wires now.
A long-tailed cormorant diving in the river.
We arrive at the building of the Gambian Birdwatchers Association.