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Belgian birder with a keen interest in African birds and in sound recording.
Moved to Dakar in February 2015 where I work for an international NGO.
I'm on the road quite a bit but happy to provide advice to visiting birders or to organise trips to local sites: Dakar Technopôle (waders, herons, pelicans, Greater Flamingo, spoonbills, and other water birds, Greater Swamp Warbler), Dakar seawatching sites (île de Ngor and Almadies), Iles de la Madeleine (Red-billed Tropicbird, Bridled Tern), and other sites around Dakar.
Technopôle, Dakar seawatching sites, Iles de la Madeleine
waders, herons, pelicans, Greater Flamingo, spoonbills, and other water birds, Greater Swamp Warbler, île de Ngor and Almadies, Red-billed Tropicbird, Bridled Tern
Nature: birding & sound recording
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