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Senegal Part II: From Sahel to the Jungle

In Tours by Whitehawk Birding

Senegal’s biodiversity is incredible. The road from Saint Louis to Wassadou produced some very attractive species, even without making frequent stops. In fact, our long drive couldn’t have started better. We spotted a carcass alongside …

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Senegal: Africa’s Best Kept Secret

In Tours by Whitehawk Birding

My first visit to Senegal left me wanting more. I was pleasantly surprised to find myself in such a friendly and extraordinarily diverse country. Senegal is extremely rich in wildlife. Thus it is an attractive …

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Wildlife audio library available on-line

In Birding Resources by Whitehawk Birding

Cornell Lab of Ornithology has been compiling audio archives from all around the world for decades, The renowned organization has made the wildlife audio library available for everyone on-line through the Macaulay Library. This amazing work …

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The Birdman of Alcatraz

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One day, a nest full of young birds fell from a tree into a courtyard. There was nothing extraordinary about the event – it happens every day all over the world. Sometimes the birds gets …

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Ageing Vultures in Spain

In Birding Curiosities by Whitehawk Birding

Spain is home to four species of vultures including the Egyptian Vulture, Eurasian Griffon, Cinereous Vulture and Lammergeier. It is a fantastic place to observe these majestic birds. Of all of them, the Eurasian Griffon is …