About 10km south-west of Serrekunda. An area of open savannah woodland, long established as a prime birding site.

Birds we will be seeking include Yellow-billed Coucal, Black-crowned Tchagra, Splendid Sunbird, Klaas’s Cuckoo, Diedrik Cuckoo, Verreaux Eagle Owl, White faced Scops Owl,Long-tailed Nightjar, African Green Pigeon, Pin tailed Whydah, Cardinal Woodpecker, Pied Hornbill, Greater Honeyguide, Northern Red Bishop, Black-winged Red Bishop, Yellow rumped Tinkerbird, Melodious Warbler, Stone Partridge, Shikra, White billed Buffalo Weaver, Northern Puffback, Yellow White eye and Sunbirds, Robin Chats and Doves.

A nature reserve on the Atlantic Coast, south of Banjul. It features varied habitats including mangroves, pools and lagoons.

The birds we are hoping to see are – Kelp, Lesser Black Backed, Yellow legged, Slender Billed and Audouin’s Gulls. Caspian, Royal, Sandwich, Common, Little, Black and White winged Black Terns. Pink backed and Great White Pelicans. Yellow and White Wagtails and waders including Ruddy Turnstone and Sanderlings.

A semi-wooded area near the Atlantic Coast about 25km from Banjul.

Birds we will be seeking includes White-fronted Blackchat, White-shouldered Black Tit, Yellow, Brown-backed Woodpecker, Red-winged Warbler, Senegal Batis, Chestnut-crowned Sparrow-Weaver, Vitaline Masked Weaver, Brubru, Singing and Whistling Cisticola, Striped Kingfisher, Rufus-crowned Roller, Black-crowned Chagra, Yellow bellied Shrike, Yellow fronted Canary, Scarlet Chested Sunbird, Black Wood Hoopoe,
Red-necked Falcon, African Golden Oriole and Viellot’s Barbet.