Friday 10 February.
Baobolong camp in the Gambia.
Common bulbul singing.
Red-billed hornbill landing in a tree.
A fine-spotted woodpecker.
Long-tailed glossy starlings.
The bus leaves Janjanbureh island over the southern bridge.
After yesterday, we are going back to Tendaba today.
At 9:45, a marabou stork nesting colony in a group of tall trees.
This video is called Marabou Storks Eating, Grooming, Mating & Generaly Brooding.
Young marabou storks try to spread their wings and fly, maybe for the first time. A photo of this is here.
Just under the marabou storks’ nests are weavers‘ nests.
Mosque swallows. Red-chested swallows.
We continue to a big tree near peanut fields. There, a male and a female Verreaux’ eagle owl sit, a meter away from each other. A photo is here.
Here are two Verreaux’ eagle owl videos.
Not far away, an Abyssinian roller.
A pygmy sunbird.
11:29: along the main road, a short-toed eagle flying.
Then, a Wahlberg’s eagle.
A grey kestrel on a treetop.
Guinea baboons in a tree across the road.