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Tit-hylia is claimed to be the smallest African bird.
Swamp Palm Bulbul, Ghana
Swamp Palm Bulbul feeding on fruits at Ankasa.
Shining-blue Kingfisher, Ghana
A Shining-blue Kingfisher poses at Ankasa.
Red-headed Quelea, Ghana
A Red-headed Quelea in non-breeding plumage feeds on grass seeds on the edge of Kakum National Park.
Red-headed Malimbe, Ghana
Red-headed Malimbes are easy to see in the Ghanaian forests.
Pel's Anomalure, Ghana
The peculiar and spectacular Pel's Anomalure is occasionally seen from the canopy walkway at night.
Lesser Striped Swallow, Ghana
Lesser Striped Swallows are easy to see in Ghana.
Fraser's Sunbird, Ghana
The rather warbler-like Fraser's Sunbird at Kakum National Park.
Fraser's Eagle Owl, Ghana
Fraser's Eagle Owls are common but not always so easy to see. However Ghana is a fairly reliable place to see one.
Bronze-winged Courser, Ghana
This Bronze-winged Courser was a real surprise find along the Brenu Road during the 2013 tour.