|The red arrow points to Waza village and National Park in the far north of Cameroon.|
|Transporting firewood; after visiting the Waza region I am convinced that there is nothing that cannot|
be moved on a bicycle!
|Rocky arid landscapes, Maroua-Waza road.|
|A tough country, for birds and birders. |
The hazy conditions, which made photography a bit smudgy,
belie just how hot it was.
|One shouldn't get too easily distracted by wildlife - the plants, especially the acacias (above and below), are ferocious.|
|Capparis sp. The lovely flowers of the caper genus can be found widely in both |
Old and New World tropics and subtropics.
|Beautifully camouflaged grasshopper.|
|Dragon lizard, Family Agamidae; the family is found across Africa, Asia and Australia.|
|Black-headed Lapwing Vanellus tectus; a most handsome plover, at home in very dry situations|
as well as moister ones.
|Rufous Scrub Robin Cercotrichas galactotes, another widespread species.|
|Speckle-fronted Weaver Sporopipes frontalis.A specialist in the hot arid Sahel conditions.|