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A bird survey was carried out from January to March 2007 of the coastal wetlands of Cameroon and the lower Sanaga River. Cameroon is situated on the East Atlantic and Mediterranean flyways, migration routes for Palearctic waders, terns and other bird species.
This WIWO report describes the results of this study. The coastal wetlands are described, and for all 66 species of waterbirds present, numbers and estimates for the total coast are presented.