|Title:||Waders and waterbirds in the floodplains of the Logone, Cameroon and Chad, February 2000|
|Editors:||Wim Ganzevles, Jeroen Bredenbeek|
|PDF-download:||Waders and Waterbirds in the Floodplanes of the Logone. Cameroon and Chad. February 2000|
Since 1991 several ornithological surveys and studies have been carried out in the Waza-Logone gloodplain. A total of 346 bird species has been recorded since 1991. The most numerous waterbird species are White Pelican, Squacco Heron, Little Egret, Cattle Egret, Glossy Ibis, White-faced Whistling Duck, Collared Pratincole, Ruff and Black-tailed Godwit. For the resident species Black-crowned Crane the Logone gloodplain is one of the last strongholds. For Collared Pratincole the area is one of the major wintering areas in Africa. Sedge Warbler and Reed Warbler are vvery abundant as well as Barn Swallow.