Bee-eaters and Baobolong camp, Gambia


This video says about itself:

Some of the birds seen around Janjanbureh, in the East of The Gambia, in September of 2015. Red-throated Bee-eater, Northern Red Bishop and African Hawk-Eagle. More information: here.

8 February 2012.

After having seen the Egyptian plover, we continued our journey in the Gambia to the east.

17:40: we arrive at a quarry, providing housing to a colony of red-throated bee-eaters.

Red-throated bee-eater, Gambia, February 2012

Red-throated bee-eater, the Gambia, February 2012

A hoopoe flying near the colony.

We continue to the ferry to Janjanbureh.

This is a 2017 video about the surroundings of Janjanbureh.

More precisely, about Baobolong camp, our final point for today.

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2 thoughts on “Bee-eaters and Baobolong camp, Gambia

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