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Birdwatching in Guinea-Bissau

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  D Karr Bissau, Guinea-Bissau Anytime English, French, Spanish
  Keen birder based with an international organization in Guinea-Bissau. Looking for birdingpals to join in weekend excursions and further afield. Area:
Guinea-Bissau consists of low coastal plains of mangroves rising to a stretch of forest savanna in the east. The highest point in the country is only 300m.

The country lies on the boundary of the Guinea forests and the sub-Sahelian bionome. Much of the protected area forests in the delta and Bijagos archipelago are still to be explored and the avifauna fully documented.

Hotspots: Bijagos archipelago, Lagoas de Cufada, Quinhamel (near Bissau City).

Area Birds:
Interesting birds: Upper Guinea forest and sub-Sahelian species: Bearded Barbet, Yellow-crowned Gonolek, Pied-winged Swallow, Western Plantain-eater, Senegal Parrot, etc.

Nature: birdwatching, twitching, photography, hiking, butterflies, fishing, sport fishing, boating, skiing, swimming, surfing, snowmobiling, sky diving
Travel: train, bus, car, hitchhiking, biking, long walk, packpack, canoe, portage, dog sled, snow mobile
Visit: tourist site, museum, restaurant, club, vineyard, outdoors, nature spot, beach, lake, ocean, architecture, shop, antique, swap
Attend: concert, horse race, ballet, dance show, theatre, live music, sports event, auction, antique, convention, political rally, protest, competition
Participate: night life, party, dance, club, bar, rock, country, classical, hiphop, rap, swing, wine, beer, liquor, social games, computer games, casino

Local Information
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Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Guinea-Bissau
Local weather Yahoo
African Bird Club Guinea-Bissau

Last update 06/03/2014