It was still cool so it wasn't moving much making for an easy picture.
I am pretty sure it is a southern species, though we have both northern and southern here.
Definitely not even close to quality, but I wanted to include the shot in the set as the watching eye-shine of crocs added an exciting backdrop to my cautious search for frogs at the edge of this lake in Abuko.
Came to drink at a water hole in Abuko Nature Reserve. Its back was covered in horse flies and it stalked several birds that came to drink once it went under the water.
Africa's ubiquitous lizard was easy to see. I've put all my sightings of agamas into one observation as they were seen all over the place and on every day.
This large (2m) was emerging from the hollowed out centre of a tree, unfortunately our torches seemed to startle it and it quickly got back into cover, where we took the sensible decision to keep our distance and not disturb it further.
From what I've read two species of blind snake have been recorded in The Gambia and this appears to be the most likely of the two.
This was found on a small forested trail near Gunjur.
Hojarasca del sendero Henry Pittier, Hotel Villa Blanca y Estación de Investigación José Miguel Alfaro, Los Ángeles de San Ramón. Con Brayan Morera.