|BIRDING TOURS FROM CAPE TOWN TO CAMEROON|
Highlights on the Northern tour included, in sequence seen: Stone Partridge, White-crowned Cliff Chat, Rock Firefinch, Black Scrub-Robin, Cricket Warbler, Quail-plover, African Swallow-tailed Kite, Grasshopper Buzzard, River Prinia, Four-banded Sandgrouse, Long-tailed Nightjar, Egyptian Vulture, Black Crowned Crane, Black-faced Quailfinch, Fox Kestrel, Arabian Bustard, Sennar Penduline Tit, Egyptian Plover, Bearded Barbet, Spotted Creeper, White-crested Turaco, Bar-breasted Firefinch, Red-winged Grey Warbler, Oriole Warbler, Adamawa Turtle Dove, Grey-headed Oliveback, White-fronted Black Chat, Blue-bellied Roller, White-throated Francolin, Yellow Penduline Tit, Abyssinian Ground Hornbill, Rufous Cisticola, Dorst’s Cisticola, Red-winged Pytilia, Dybowski’s Twinspot, White-collared Starling, Brown Twinspot, Yellow-winged Pytilia, Standard-winged Nightjar, Spotted Thrush-Babbler, Willcock’s Honeyguide, Ross’s Turaco, Bamenda Apalis, Bronze-tailed Starling, Black-bellied Firefinch, Temminck’s Courser, Red-headed Lovebird, Brown-rumped Bunting, Gambaga Flycatcher, White-spotted Flufftail, African Pygmy Goose and Marsh Widowbird.
The Southern Highlands tour was memorable for Brown-backed Cisticola, Oriole Finch, Green Longtail, Little Oliveback, Western Green Tinkerbird, African Piculet, Yellow-breasted Boubou, Mountain Robin-Chat, Mount Cameroon Speirops, Red-faced Crimsonwing, Cameroon Olive Greenbul, Mountain Sawwing, Red-chested Flufftail, Tullberg’s Woodpecker, Masked Apalis, White-tailed Warbler, Cameroon Sunbird, White-naped Pigeon, Black-capped Woodland Warbler, Grey-headed Greenbul, Bar-tailed Trogon, Alexander’s/Bocage’s Akalat, Mount Kupe Bush-Shrike, White-throated Mountain-Babbler, Grey-headed Broadbill, Black-necked Wattle-eye, Ursula’s Sunbird, Golden Greenbul, Yellow-footed Flycatcher, Black Bee-eater, Tit-Hylia, Forest Swallow, Preuss’s Weaver, West African Batis, Woodhouse’s Antpecker, Bangwa Forest Warbler, Bannerman’s Weaver, Black-collared Apalis, Banded Wattle-eye, Cameroon Olive Pigeon, Bannermann’s Turaco, Cameroon Pipit, Brown Twinspot, Marsh Tchagra and West African Seedeater.
the Picathartes tour kicked off with Red-headed Picathartes as its first
bird seen by all participants! To follow were Chestnut-breasted Nigrita,
Spotted Greenbul, Grey Pratincole, African Skimmer, Orange Weaver, Hartlaub’s
Duck, Cassin’s Hawk Eagle, Cassin’s Spinetail, Red-vented
Malimbe, Lesser Bristlebill, Sjostedt’s Honeyguide Greenbul, Rachel’s
Malimbe, Yellow-casqued Hornbill, Black-casqued Hornbill, Bare-cheeked
Trogon, Blue Cuckooshrike, Woodhouse’s Antpecker, Blue-headed Wood
Dove, Rufous-sided Broadbill, Forest Robin, White-browed Forest Flycatcher,
Rock Pratincole,Vermiculated Fishing-Owl, White-crested Tiger Heron, White-crested
Hornbill and Johanna’s Sunbird.
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