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Birding in the Gambia, Volume 3 (All Regions) Upriver Odyssey

By: Malcolm Rymer(Author)
Runtime: 90 min
Birding in the Gambia, Volume 3 (All Regions)
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An Upriver Odyssey concludes a trilogy of birding adventures in the West African country of The Gambia. ln this travelogue, naturalist Malcolm Rymer ventures upriver as far as Basse, exploring the many bird-rich habitats around Tendaba. Georgetown, the North Bank and the Upper River Division.

Join Malcolm and his colleagues in search of the region's special birds — fascinating raptors, beautiful bee-eaters, enigmatic Egyptian plovers, African pygmy geese and dozens of other noteworthy species.

The two companion films Sorties around the Smiling Coast and Forays further Afield study the birdlife of the Western River Division.

Each travelogue, filmed and edited using the latest digital technology, captures superb birding images and is accompanied by an interesting and informative commentary.

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By: Malcolm Rymer(Author)
Runtime: 90 min
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