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Birding in Africa: Week 4

More from Mark Wilson’s African Diary: Read his previous extracts here, here and here. Sunday 10th March The past couple of mornings I have got up early and gone wandering in the reserve, trying to make the most of this … Continue reading

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Birding in Africa: Week 3

Mark Wilson updates us from Nigeria. Read his first and second posts. 26th February Last night was a night of sensory overload. First it was my sense of smell that was afflicted, by an overwhelming scent of flowers. There’s a … Continue reading

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Birding in Africa: Week 2

Mark Wilson updates us on his progress in Nigeria (read his first post here): Tuesday 19th February I woke up this morning just before dawn and my alarm clock. The room was still dark enough that the green lights playing … Continue reading

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Birding in Nigeria

  Dr. Mark Wilson, a post-doctoral researcher at BEES, with broad interests in animal behaviour, bird biology, forest ecology and conservation writes from Nigeria: I’ve been in Nigeria for just over a week now, and though I am without a … Continue reading

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