Daboase-Twifo Praso Road, Western Region, Wassa East ()

Lat: 5°35′18′′N 1°36′56′′W,  ha, 73 m ()

Protected/registered status 
Best Time for visit; anytime ()


Birding Site Guide

Nsuta Forest is about 80 km NNW of the Cape Coast on the E edge of Western District and W side of Central.

This is a known site for Tit-Hylia (photo) and other species include Black Dwarf Hornbill, African Pygmy Kingfisher, Blue Breasted Kingfisher, Dwarf Bittern, Spotted Ibis, Western Nicator, Blue Headed Crested Flycatcher Afep Pigeon, Western Bronze Pigeon, African Wood Owl, White Tailed Ant Thrush, Red Tailed Bristlebill, Yellow Bill, Grey Longbill, African Green Pigeon, Bates Swift, Lesser Striped Swallow, Red Rumped Tinkerbird, Yellow Throated Tinkerbird, Forest Wood Hoopoe, White Headed Wood Hoopoe, Western Bluebill, Red Necked Buzzard, Bat Hawk, Red-billed Helmet Shrike (photo) and more.


Trips can be booked through Kwame Brown: 

Name /  Kwame Brown
Email  /  
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Company / Adventure Birding Tours Ghana
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Number   / 233-554626748
Whatsapp / 233-271392937
Country  / Ghana
Province  / Tema  Accra
Interests  / Birdwatching, Twitching,  Photography, Adventure, Culture, Bespoke, Walking, Long walk, Tourist sites, Museum, Monument, Aboretum, Architecture appreciation and Sports.
Hotspots  / Parks, Forests, Reserves, Preserves, Conservations, Sanctuaries,  Mountains and Wetlands.
Sites     / Shai-hills, Sakumono Lagoon, Muni Lagoon, Winneba Plains, Kakum National Park and surroundings, Nsuta Forest, Ankasa Forest, Picathartes site, Bobiri Butterfly Sanctuary, Opuro Forest, Mole National Park, Tongo Hills, Tono Dam, Egyptian Plover site, Atewa Forest, Kalakpa Forest.


Author: Kwame Brown