After yesterday’s adventurous hike up Mount Kupe, Benji, Oliver and I slowly re-entered the relative civilization of Limbe today. I’m scheduled to fly out of nearby Douala tomorrow to South Africa, which means that my West African tour of duty is winding down. Benji stopped us at several points to do some roadside birding today, but we didn’t turn up many new sightings; the main highlight was a Long-crested Eagle outside Buea (pronounced boo-yah !), and, for the fifth day out of eight so far in Cameroon, we spent most of the day in the car.
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