BOMFOBIRI WILDLIFE SANCTUARY

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The 53 sq. km Sanctuary consisting of remnant semi-deciduous forest and savannah was created in 1975. Three types of crocodiles are present as well as four species of monkeys, duikers and bush pigs. The rich bird life includes the rare bareheaded rock fowl, once Ghana’s most famous bird. A major attraction is the Bomfobiri Falls. The crocodile is the symbol of the Sanctuary.

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