Brufut Woods birding

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Guided Bird Watching Tours to Brufut Woods with Bird Tours Gambia

Brufut Woods is a reasonably small reserve but it does feature a bird pond and a hide. Brufut is an area of open savannah woodland and it is a long-time favourite location for  birding, where it is easy to see many different species.

A half day trip to Brufut Woods could compliment a trip to Tanji Bird Reserve, to make a full day’s guided bird trip, with possibly a lunch break at overlooking Tanji Lagoon by the sea shore Nyana’s Restaurant or maybe Paradise Inn. Brufut Woods is an area protected by the West African Bird Study Association along with the Brufut village community. The best time for a Guided Tour with Bird Guide, Ebou Barry to Brufut Woods is late afternoon/early evening when White-faced Scops Owl and African Scops Owls are roosting.

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Other birds that can be expected to be seen are Long-tailed Nightjar, African Golden Oriole, Swallow tailed bee eater, Greater

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