Birds of The Gambia, in pictures

Updated on Aug 08, 2018 by Stacey Parsons

Blog > Birds of The Gambia, in pictures

With the Rutland Bird Fair just around the corner, here's some of our favourite pictures of the birdlife that resides in The Gambia...


A Pied Kingfisher spotted at Calypso Beach Bar, Cape Point. 


Hooded Vultures waiting to be fed at Senegambia Hotel. 


Yellow-billed Storks 


Spur-winged Plover in Kotu 


Giant Kingfisher 


Red-billed Firefinch. Image credit: Trevor Carpenter. 


Abyssinian Roller. Image credit: Trevor Carpenter. 


African Jacana. Image credit: Megan McCubbin. 


Long-tailed Nightjar. Image credit: Chris Packham. 

 

If you're interested in birding in The Gambia, be sure to look out for next week's blog post, about meeting us at the Rutland Bird Fair! Alternatively, take a look at our birdwatching holidays with Chris Packham. 

 

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