I spent 10 days working in Dakar but couldn’t get out of the city to look for wildlife. The only mammal I saw was an epauletted fruit bat species flapping around the gardens of Le Meridien hotel, but I couldn’t get a good look at it.
Senegal, 2019: Dominique Brugiere, 16 days and some good mammals including Pale Fox, Gambian Mongoose, Patas Monkey and African Manatee.
Senegal, 2019: Richard Webb, 12 days & 19 mammals including Patas Monkey, Guinea Baboon and Pale Fox.
Niokolo-Koba National Park, 2018: Tim Clode, 2 weeks & 24 species including Honey Badger, Red-flanked Duiker and Patas Monkey.
Senegal, 2017: Jon Lehmberg, 2 weeks & 22 species including African Giant Shrew, Patas Monkey and Pallid Fox.
Senegal, 2017: Cheryl Antonucci, 2 weeks & 19 species including Patas Monkey, Lord Derby’s Eland and African Manatee.
Gambia and Senegal 2006: Mark Hows, 2 weeks & 16 species.
Gambia and Senegal 2006: Jeroen Verhoeff, 25 days and some nice mammals.
Bats in Senegal (Nov 2009)