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Find out more at: http://www.blackandwhitesafari.com/ This is an extention to a full day Senegal Safari which sees you travel by land rover to the Banjul to Barra ferry crossing. This, in itself, is quite an experience as you join the hustle and bustle of everyday life on the crossing to Senegal. Back on the land rover and on to the Fathala wildlife reserve where you get to see rhinoceros, giraffe, zebra, antelope and ostrich. The Lion Walk is exactly that. You* get to walk with lions after some brief initial training. These animals up close are awesome and you get to spend some quality time watching them roam around and climb trees. The whole journey there and back gives you a unique insight into life as it is in both the Gambia and Senegal. Full day includes: Land Rover Rides Ba...
Bandia Reserve 1. Exterior of the reserve 2. Close of Bandia Reserve sign 3. Various of giraffes 4. Various of ostriches 5. Set up of Reserve conservationist Tidiane Diop talking on mobile phone 6. SOUNDBITE (French) Tidiane Diop, Bandia Reserve Conservationist: "Today, the Bandia Reserve at a national level is a laboratory. It is a transit area for Senegalese animals. We have animals that come from the Niokolo-Koba (national park in the south east of Senegal). We have the Derby Eland (antelope), which is a very rare species that only breeds at Bandia in semi-captivity. It had never been bred before in captivity, it is only at Bandia, in a protected area, that we could breed this Derby Eland. There is also the savannah buffalos. Also the 'coqs de fassa' (species of poultry) pass by...
Niokolo Koba Park in Senegal started out as a hunting reserve during the colonial era in 1926. Since then, attitudes towards hunting have changed. The illegal trade in wildlife is worth billions, and has led to large scale poaching. Al Jazeera's Nicolas Haque reports. Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/AJEnglish Find us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera Check our website http://www.aljazeera.com/
Avec 1.000.000 ha, le parc national du Niokolo-Koba au SENEGAL, est la plus grande réserve d'Afrique de l'Ouest et la plus facilement accessible depuis l'Europe. Une partie de ses limites est frontalière avec la Guinée Conakry. Situées dans une zone bien irriguée, le long des rives de la Gambie, les forêts-galeries et les savanes du Niokolo-Koba abritent une faune d'une grande richesse : l'élan de Derby (la plus grande des antilopes), des chimpanzés, des lions, des léopards, une importante population d'hippopotames et de très nombreux oiseaux, reptiles et amphibiens. Le Parc national du Niokolo-Koba sont inscrits sur la Liste du patrimoine mondial en péril de lUNESCO
We decided to try Africa for a winter break, eventually settling on The Gambia. It was a great week, but the stand-out highlight was the day when we went up north to Senegal and went on safari at Fathala Wildlife Reserve! We saw some amazing sights that day, including a rhino (my favourite). To see what else we got up to, watch my latest video! - SUBSCRIBE to my channel for weekly travel videos, and don’t forget to hit the LIKE button if you enjoyed it! If you've ever been on a safari before, let me know where you did it and what you thought about it! Feel free to leave feedback as well - it's massively helpful! - Join the adventure! Website: http://www.travellingtom.com Facebook: https://facebook.com/thetravellingtom Twitter: https://twitter.com/TravellingTom_ Instagram: https://www...
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Senegambia Bissau Tours takes you on a trip from the Gambia to Senegal, to visit the country's number one wild animal park. As is usually the case, getting to see the elephants, lions and leopards was an almost impossible task. February/March is the best time for sightings. We did see a hyena though, which walked right up to the hotel's restaurant. Unfortunately, no one had a camera with them.
Fears are growing in Senegal over the pollution of its famed wetlands, as wildlife numbers continue to dwindle at one of its UNESCO protected bird sanctuaries. Farmers have been accused of pouring chemicals in the water to increase their yield, devastating the local plant life. Al Jazeera's Nicolas Haque reports from Djoudj at the Senegal-Mauritania border.
An ecovillage in Senegal are cleaning the environment and protecting endangered species.
The Jane Goodall Institute carries out a Conservation & research programme in the south of Senegal, to protect some of the last chimpanzees remaining in the country, while working in reforestation, food security and environmental education with the local community.
More footage from my trip to Senegal. A seller was walking up to cars offering a pair of wild caught Senegal Parrots for sale along with cage for 20 euros (approximately $30).
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A slideshow of pictures made in Kaolack, Saint-Louis and Toubacouta.