Spoonbills and pelicans

10 February 2012.

From Tendaba, we go again to the “Tendaba airport“, as sunset approaches.

Western reef herons in white colour morph.

Caspian terns. Black-winged stilts.

Squacco heron flying.

This is a pink-backed pelican video.

A group of pink-backed pelicans flying.

A greenshank, calling.

An African spoonbill lands, along with two Eurasian spoonbills. Has the African shown the European seasonal migrants the way to the best places in the Gambia?

Black-crowned night herons land.

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