Welcome to Birdquest
Please use the options below to view photos from specific places or of particular creatures. Alternatively, scroll though the pictures using the arrows at the bottom of the page.
Rüppell's Griffon Vulture, Cameroon
Rüppell's Griffon Vultures seem to be getting scarcer every year in Waza National Park.
Reichenbach's Sunbird, Cameroon
Reichenbach's Sunbird is restricted to coastal Western Africa and is one of the species that we look for in Limbe Botanical Gardens.
Red-throated Bee-eater, Cameroon
Colourful Red-throated Bee-eaters are a feature of our stay in Bénoué National Park.
Red-billed Quelea, Cameroon
Enormous flocks of Red-billed Quelea can gather around the waterholes of Waza national Park. At this time of year they are in non-breeding plumage.
To date (2010) we have never yet missed the unique Quail-plover in the far north on any of our Cameroon tours there.
Pin-tailed Whydah, Cameroon
This male Pin-tailed Whydah was photographed in our hotel garden in Mundemba.
Pectoral-patch Cisticola, Cameroon
The tiny Pectoral-patch Cisticola can be found in the Bamenda Highlands.
Olive-bellied Sunbird, Cameroon
Olive-bellied Sunbirds are widely distributed in disturbed habitats throughout the forest zone.
Mackinnon's Shrike, Cameroon
This female Mackinnon's Shrike was photographed at Mount Kupe where the birds are usually easy to see.
Heuglin's Wheatear, Cameroon
Heuglin's Wheatear can be found in varying numbers from year to year from Poli to Ngaoundaba.