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.
This is a white-breasted cormorant.
And this is a blue-breasted kingfisher.
This is a white-throated bee-eater.
Mangrove conservation is ‘economic’ CO2 fix: here.
- Rare bee-eater in England (dearkitty1.wordpress.com)