Friday, 9 December 2011

Gambia birds T - Z


PART 4 Birds T - Z for terns, warblers, vultures, etc.

Other parts:
PART 1 Birds A - E for Bee-eaters, cuckoos, eagles, egrets, etc.

PART 2 Birds F - O for falcons, gulls, herons, kingfishers, etc.

PART 3 Birds P - S for rollers, snake-eagles, starlings, sunbirds, etc.


Tchagra - black-crowned

Tern - Caspian. Largest tern in the world.

Thick-knee - Senegal.
Thrush - African. Usually deep in the forest.
Turaco - violet
Vulture - hooded
Vulture - palm-nut
Vulture - white-backed
Warbler - melodious
Warbler - oriole. Also very secretive.
Warbler - subalpine
Warbler - Western Bonelli's
Wattle-eye - common
Waxbill - orange-cheeked
Weaver - village
White-eye - African yellow
Wood-dove - black-billed

Wood-dove - blue-spotted (red-billed)
Woodhoopoe - green
Woodpecker - brown-backed
Woodpecker - cardinal
Woodpecker - fine-spotted. Female. Male has all-red crown
Woodpecker - golden tailed. Female. Male has all-red crown.
Woodpecker - grey
Go to:

PART 1 Birds A - E for Bee-eaters, cuckoos, eagles, egrets, etc.

PART 2 Birds F - O for falcons, gulls, herons, kingfishers, etc.

PART 3 Birds P - S for rollers, snake-eagles, starlings, sunbirds, etc.

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