Day 13: Mole National Park which is situated in the north of the country is the best place in Ghana to see savannah birds. Our arrival at Mole will be in the evening and depending on our arrival time we may be able to do some night birding.
Target species: Scops Owl, Pel’s Fishing Owl, Spotted Eagle Owl, Standard-winged Nightjar, Freckled Nightjar, Plain Nightjar can often be found here. Green Wood Hoopoe
Day 14-15: Bird watching at Mole is outstanding; the ease with which one can see the birds is amazing. All Ghana’s savannah birds are to be found here. Birding watching here is impossible without also coming face to face with large mammals, over 800 African Elephants are present in the park. Some of the elephants around the village near the park entrance are extraordinarily tame. Many species of antelopes, several species of monkeys can also be seen and the remarkably tame warthogs and troops of baboons are always to be seen around the hotel. Crocodiles and Water Monitors are also frequently encountered around the water holes.
Target species: Egyptian plover, Forbes plover ,Abyssinian Ground Hornbill, Saddle-billed Stork, Bateleur, Martial Eagle, Long-tailed Starling, Purple Glossy Starling,Spotted Creeper, Yellow-bellied Hyliota, Oriole Warbler, White-crowned Robin-chat, Red Pytilia, Red-headed Lovebird, African Golden Oriole, African Hobby, Chestnut-crowned Sparrow, Stone Partridge, Blue-breasted Kingfisher, Red-throated Bee-eater, Broad-billed Roller, Exclamatory Paradise Whydah, Pel's Fishing Owl, Grayish Eagle Owl, Northern White-faced Owl.