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Little Bee Eater (Merops pusillus) - (best guess referring to the ST birds of Africa index) - Photo credit to @@godfried

 

These were sighted on Lake Tadane, in Ghana's Western Region, close to the coast near the border with Cote d'Ivoire. The location on the lake is also the site of "the village on stilts" - Nzulezo Village - a village built in the lake, entirely on stilts.

 

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@@Tom Kellie,   This is the photo Dave took of the Long-tailed Pangolin...it was very distant. Everyone including the guide was excited to see it. Let me know if you are unable to view this image

Sorry for the diversion...getting back on topic this is one of our favorite birds we saw in Ghana. While on a night drive in Mole NP we spotted what appeared to be 3 birds fluttering through the head

Village Weaver (Ploceus cucullatus)      

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These were sighted on Lake Tadane, in Ghana's Western Region, close to the coast near the border with Cote d'Ivoire. The location on the lake is also the site of "the village on stilts" - Nzulezo Village - a village built in the lake, entirely on stilts.

 

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Thank you for the nice bee-eater image by @@godfried.

Have you personally visited “the village on stilts”?

Tom K.

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Hi @@Tom K. - I haven't been there yet - @@godfried was there with clients recently. I'll post a picture or two of the village - it looks amazing!

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