ABUKO NATURE RESERVE
A well established wooded reserve about 15km south of Banjul where you will also see monkeys and other animals. This is a remnant of tropical, riverine forest, with several public hides. Entrance fees are included in your visit.

Target birds will be Giant Kingfisher, Violet and Green Turaco, Western Bluebill, Grey-headed Bristlebill, Paradise Flycatcher, Yellow-throated Loveleaf, Little Greenbul, Ahanta Francolin, Common Wattle-eye, Swallow-tailed Bee-Eater, Orange-cheeked Waxbill, Hamerkop, Red-billed Hornbill, Red-cheeked Cordonbleu, Yellow-fronted Tinkerbird, Greater Honeyguide, Yellow-breasted Apalis and Beautiful, Collared and Variable Sunbirds
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KOTU CREEK
Near the Atlantic Coast and close by several holiday hotels.

Birds you are likely to see include Pied and Blue-breasted and Malachite Kingfisher, Egrets, White-faced Whistling Duck, Spur winged and Wattled Plover, Grey and Black-headed Heron, Black-winged Stilt, Green Wood Hoopoe, Grey, Red billed and Pied Hornbills, Grey and Fine spotted and Golden Tailed Woodpeckers, Abyssinian, Broad billed and Blue-bellied Rollers, Pearl spotted Owlet, African Silverbill,.Senegal Parrot, African Jacana, Greater painted Snipe and several sunbirds.


BANJUL - BUND ROAD AND CAMALO CORNER
On the outskirts of Banjul, Gambia’s capital.

Birds you are likely to see include Caspian, Common, Royal and Sandwich Terns, Grey-headed and Slender-billed Gulls, Pomarine and Arctic Skuas, Curlew and Marsh Sandpiper, Ringed and Little Ringed Plover, Yellow billed Stork, African Spoonbill, Western Reef Heron, Great Cormorant, Common Redshank, Eurasian Curlew, Whimbrel, Pied Avocet, Eurasian Oystercatcher and Black-winged Stilt.