Parrots and other birds in Gambia


This video is called Birding in the Gambia December 2015: Part One – Farakunku Lodges.

Monday 6 February 2012.

After yesterday, today, woodland birds around Kotu, Gambia.

As we go to Sotokoi woodland, an African grey hornbill flying.

After arrival, variable sunbird.

Male brown-necked parrots. 6 February 2012

Four brown-necked parrots flying.

Brown-necked parrot, 6 February 2012

A smaller relative of them, a Senegal parrot, sits on a tree.

A red-billed hornbill sits in a flowering tree.

Red-billed hornbill, 6 February 2012

Two African harrier-hawks flying.

A score of African green pigeons on a tree.

A lizzard buzzard in a tree near the motorway.

Blue-cheecked bee-eaters in a tree near a dirt road.

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