Ghana, december 2018
Ghana provides a wonderful introduction to West African birding. We may see 400 or more species of birds, including the following that we found on two previous trips: Hartlaub’s Duck, Black Sparrowhawk, Congo Serpent-Eagle, Long-tailed Hawk, Bat Hawk, White-spotted Flufftail, Forbes’s Plover, Gray Parrot, Great Blue Turaco, African Emerald Cuckoo, Fraser’s Eagle-Owl, Akun Eagle-Owl, African Wood-Owl, Brown Nightjar, Sabine’s Spinetail, Chocolate-backed Kingfisher, White-bellied Kingfisher, Black Bee-eater, Rosy Bee-eater, Blue-moustached Bee-eater, Narina’s Trogon, Forest Wood-hoopoe, Black Dwarf Hornbill, White-crested Hornbill, Brown-cheeked Hornbill, 13 species of tinkerbirds and barbets, Fire-bellied Woodpecker, Rufous-sided Broadbill, Square-tailed Saw-wing, 15 species of greenbuls and their allies, Green and Lemon-bellied crombecs, Red-cheeked Wattle-eye, Yellow-headed Picathartes, 5 species of Illadopsis, 16 species of sunbirds, 4 species of malimbes, and Black-bellied Seedcracker!
Dates: 3–18 December 2018 (15 nights)
Group size: Minimum of 7, maximum of 8, with two expert local guides and Jeff Marks
Contact Jeff Marks for a prospectus: firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here to read trip report from January 2018