Geese and bee-eater in Gambian mangroves


Spur-winged geese, Gambia river, 11 February 2012

11 February 2012 in the Gambia. Here, some photos of birds in the mangrove forest on the north bank of the Gambia river, opposite Tendaba. These are two spur-winged geese. The female on the left spreads her wings, the male is on the right.

White-breasted cormorant, Gambia river, 11 February 2012

This is a white-breasted cormorant.

Blue-breasted kingfisher, Gambia river, 11 February 2012

And this is a blue-breasted kingfisher.

White-throated bee-eater, Gambia river, 11 February 2012

This is a white-throated bee-eater.

Mangrove conservation is ‘economic’ CO2 fix: here.

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