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  • Go birdwatching with a Birdingpal from Liberia.
    away Please note that most Birdingpals are serious birdwatchers It is a privilege to contact them and your message should reflect it A local Pal does not get paid but should he she offer to take you out birding using their own vehicle it would be courteous to pay for the fuel A lunch and or a small gift would also be appropriate something as simple as a souvenir of

    Original URL path: http://birdingpal.org/Liberia.htm (2016-04-24)
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  • Go birdwatching with a Birdingpal from Guinea.
    away Please note that most Birdingpals are serious birdwatchers It is a privilege to contact them and your message should reflect it A local Pal does not get paid but should he she offer to take you out birding using their own vehicle it would be courteous to pay for the fuel A lunch and or a small gift would also be appropriate something as simple as a souvenir of

    Original URL path: http://birdingpal.org/Guinea.htm (2016-04-24)
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  • Go birdwatching with a Birdingpal from Sierra Leone.
    fee for guiding services Initial Last Name Area Available Language M Sesay Freetown Anytime French English Member of the National Association of certified tour guide Working Experience Facts Finding Tour Ltd Expert knowledge in Birdwatching Eco Tourism Excursion round trip tours Village bush safari and cultural tourism 2004 to 2011 Member of th Conservation of Sierra Leone Member of the African Bird Club 2009 to 2011 Conducted tours with the following Birdquest Rockjumper Sicklebill Saferi Sunbird and many more Birded with Peter Ryan Sinclair Nik Borrow and others Kenneth Gbengba Freetown Western Area Anytime English French I run a Bird Watching Company called FACT FINDING TOURS that is registered and licensed by the National Tourist Board of Sierra Leone I arrange organise and conduct birding Tours for reputable birding tour companies such as Rockjumper of South Africa and Birdquest of UK I have extended my tours to Liberia and Guinea Conakry Over the years I have recruited and trained many young guys that are now formidable bird guides I do bird walks on weekends with local experts in and around Freetown My birding career started in the Gambia in 1991 Since that time I am with the birds 1 Western Area Peninsula Forest Reserve This is a Montane forest with nature trails some of which reach the top of the highest peaks and offer spectacular view over the sea and the surrounding areas 2 Sierra Leone River Estuary This where most of the winter visitors are found 3 Yawri Bay This area is visited by pirogue through Mangrove vegetation 4 Gola Rain Forest National Park This is the largest remnant of Lowland forest in the Upper Guinea forest zone 5 Outamba Kilimi National Park These are two separate wildlife Reserves merged to serve as the country s first National park 6 Tiwai Island Wildlife Sanctuary This is Sierra Leone s principal Nature Reseve in the middle of the majestic river Moa 7 Sula Mountains Forest Reserve This is a Guinea Savanna where Chip tracking and Bird watching are combined 8 Tingi Mountains Non Hunting Forest Reserve This where most of the Upper Guinea Forest Endemics are found outside the Gola forest 9 Kambui North South Forest Reserves these are tow forest reserves separated by a Township and hold the largest Picathartes breeding colony 10 Nimini Hills Forest reserve This is a evergreen Tropical forest with a spectacular waterfall I am a Sierra Leonean aged 54 years married with two children I had both my primary and secondary education in sierra Leone and my University education in Senegal at the Dakar university where I graduated with French and English After my university education I entered the Travel and tourism Industry in The Gambia and served as a Bilingual Tour Guide for 6 years I also served as a Bilingual Tour Representative for UK based Tour Operators I have traveled widely in the west African sub region serving as a Bird Guide and have worked with most of the scientists and researchers

    Original URL path: http://birdingpal.org/Sierraleone.htm (2016-04-24)
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  • Go birdwatching with a Birding Pal from Cote d'Ivoire.
    local Pal right away Please note that most Birdingpals are serious birdwatchers It is a privilege to contact them and your message should reflect it A local Pal does not get paid but should he she offer to take you out birding using their own vehicle it would be courteous to pay for the fuel A lunch and or a small gift would also be appropriate something as simple as

    Original URL path: http://birdingpal.org/Cotedivoire.htm (2016-04-24)
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  • Go birdwatching with a Birding Pal from Burkina Faso.
    away Please note that most Birdingpals are serious birdwatchers It is a privilege to contact them and your message should reflect it A local Pal does not get paid but should he she offer to take you out birding using their own vehicle it would be courteous to pay for the fuel A lunch and or a small gift would also be appropriate something as simple as a souvenir of

    Original URL path: http://birdingpal.org/Burkinafaso.htm (2016-04-24)
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  • Go birdwatching with a Birdingpal from Ghana.
    for his bird watching and organisational skills as well as his unfailing good humour I heartily recommend him to any birders wishing to discover the birds of Ghana including such hard to see species as Yellow headed Picathartes Birdingpal Mike Bowman butor2003 AT yahoo fr I just wanted to feedback to you on a recent trip to Ghana Marlin Jones and I had a terrific time with Kalu who was an excellent guide Everything went smoothly with no glitches I saw 80 life birds and Marlin saw 160 Thank you for setting up this terrific guide service Cheers Charles H Trost Ph D Professor Emeritus of Ornithology Idaho State University Pocatello Idaho 83204 Myself and a colleague Ian Searle contacted Kalu via Birdingpals last year to organise a tour of Ghana We wanted a reliable knowledgable guide who could organise our trip arrange transport and suggest places to stay We also wanted to see as many species as possible including the Yellow headed Picathartes Kalu was a surperb guide as he was extremely knowledgable about the birds of Ghana including their calls and the best sites We saw an amazing 253 Species in only one week including some of the most difficult species Kalu knew many of the local reserve officials and was able to gain access for us outside normal visiting hours so we could make an early start some days He also arranged excellent accommodation and engaged an excellent driver for our trip In summary we were extremely happy with Kalu s service and our journey was real fun I would have no hesitation in recommending him to visiting Birders Rob Rackliffe robertr AT gryconsulting org February 2008 I just wanted to feedback to you on a recent trip to Ghana Marlin Jones and I had a terrific

    Original URL path: http://birdingpal.org/Ghana.htm (2016-04-24)
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  • Go birdwatching with a Birdingpal from Togo.
    local Pal right away Please note that most Birdingpals are serious birdwatchers It is a privilege to contact them and your message should reflect it A local Pal does not get paid but should he she offer to take you out birding using their own vehicle it would be courteous to pay for the fuel A lunch and or a small gift would also be appropriate something as simple as

    Original URL path: http://birdingpal.org/Togo.htm (2016-04-24)
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  • Go birdwatching with a Birding Pal from Benin.
    local Pal right away Please note that most Birdingpals are serious birdwatchers It is a privilege to contact them and your message should reflect it A local Pal does not get paid but should he she offer to take you out birding using their own vehicle it would be courteous to pay for the fuel A lunch and or a small gift would also be appropriate something as simple as

    Original URL path: http://birdingpal.org/Benin.htm (2016-04-24)
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