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BenjaminJayinJomi
of
Cameroon
unknown province/state/region
Douala

Benjamin Jayin Jomi "Benji" trained as a nature interpreter in the Limbe Botanic Garden in the year 2000, as a professional guide on Mount Cameroon by the Mount Cameroon Ecoturism Organization in the year 2000 and 2003 in the university of Buea, as a professional birding guide around the Mount Cameroon region and beyond sponsored by the World Tourism Organization, Cameroon Biodiversity Conservation Society and other organizations in the year 2006 and recognized by the Ministry of Tourism as a Regional guide in 2006.

Presently, Benji do organizes birding tours to visiting birders who come to Cameroon and assist researchers in the field when they come for their research.

Benji will take you to all the birding sites in Cameroon including the National Parks with no problems and will enable you succeed in your tour with ease.

Benji also organize cultural tours all over Cameroon, try him and you will not regret your stay in Cameroon.

The Korup National Park, Mount Kupe and the Bakossi Mountain area, Bamenda High Lands Region (Mankon Secret forest, Baba II Village, Lake Awing, Babanki and Belo area, Sabga Hills and Balikumbat, Mount Oku and environs), Edea vicinity and Sanaga River, Campo Ma’an National Park, Dja Reserve and the environs, Ebogo Ecotourism site, Mefou Park, Ngaoundaba Ranch, Dang Lake, The Benoue National Park, Poli and the environs, Faro National Park, Waza National Park and environs

MOUNT CAMEROON Most Important Target Species:
White-crested Turaco, Red-winged Grey Warbler, Brown Twinspot, Dorst'sCisticola, Western Violet-backed Sunbird, Senegal Batis, Black Scimitarbill, Moustached Grass Warbler, Schlegel's Francolin, Brown-backed Scrub Robin, Grey-headed Oliveback

MT.KUPE
Most Important Target Species:
Western Mountain Greenbul, Bangwa Forest Warbler, Naked-faced Barbet, Chestnut-breasted Negrofinch, Black-faced Rufous Warbler, Mountain Sooty Boubou, Petit's Cuckooshrike, Mt Kupe Bushshrike, Yellow-footed Flycatcher, Black-winged Oriole, Mountain Robin Chat, Brown-backed Scrub Robin, Black-throated Apalis, African Shrike-Flycatcher, Double-toothed Barbet, Banded Wattle-eye, Blue-shouldered Robin Chat
Bate's Paradise Flycatcher, Red-chested Owlet, Mountain Sooty Boubou, Chestnut-breasted Negrofinch, Black-faced Rufous Warbler, Petit's Cuckooshrike, African Shrike-Flycatcher,
Crossley's Ground Thrush

BAMENDA HIGHLANDS
Most Important Target Species:
Banded Wattle-eye, White-bellied Crested Flycatcher, Bate's Paradise Flycatcher, Bamenda Apalis

NGAOUNDABA AND BENOUE,
Most Important Target Species:
White-crested Turaco, Red-winged Grey Warbler, Brown Twinspot, Dorst's Cisticola, Western Violet-backed Sunbird, Senegal Batis, Black Scimitarbill, Moustached Grass Warbler, Schlegel's Francolin, Brown-backed Scrub Robin, Grey-headed Oliveback


CAMPO MA'AN NP
Most Important Target Species:
Red-headed Picathartes, Spotted Greenbul, Honeyguide Greenbul, Sooty Flycatcher, Black-casqued Wattled Hornbill, Piping Hornbill, Great Blue Turaco, Blue-headed Bee-eater, Buff-throated Apalis, Blue-headed Wood Dove, Xavier's Greenbul, African Pitta

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