Photo album has been updated with photos from Simon Cavaillès
Simon Cavaillè has sent us a bunch of high-quality photos and the following species have been updated with new photos: Black Kite, Black-headed Lapwing, Spur-winged Lapwing, Whimbrel, Kittlitz’s Plover, Grey-headed Gull, Slender-billed Gull, Namaqua Dove, Abyssinian Roller, Pied Kingfisher, Little Bee-eater, Greater Blue-eared Glossy Starling, Red-cheeked Cordon-bleu. Most importantly the following new species have been added to the album: Swallow-tailed Kite, Temminck’s Courser, Diederik Cuckoo, White-faced Scops Owl, Marsh Owl & Long-tailed Nightjar.
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The defunct, twin volcanoes of Mamelles, in Dakar’s Ouakam arrondissement, with Cape Verde Shearwaters and Bottle-nosed Dolphins. The rocky coast of Dakar, forming the Cap Vert Important Bird Area, is an outstanding site for seabirds (photo: P. Robinson). Technopole and its numerous waders, herons, gulls, terns and other waterbirds (including Greater Flamingos when conditions are right) is one of the best sites for birds in the greater Dakar region (photos: B. Piot)
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