Across the river from Baga fields, there is a small, wooded hill with two main access points, both within short walking distance of Baga town so it's a good location to see some of the woodland species without the hassle of taxi-drivers and we usually combined it with Baga fields. The best access point is up a track about 400m inland of the covered bridge. From here you can follow the track up through the woods to the summit of the hill.
Ashy Drongo (Dicrurus leucophaeus)
Loten's (Long-billed) Sunbird (Cinnyris letenius )
We saw a reasonable selection of the common woodland birds at this site...
The other access point for the hill is a path up past the side of Hilda's Beauty Parlour. While we were there, the edge of the woodland was the territory of a wintering Indian Pitta...
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