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Sénégal, parc national du Delta du Saloum,

réserve MaB/UNESCO 

La forêt de Fathala; la mangrove du Bandiala

Boules de feu Scadoxus multiflorus 

Palmier de la biche blanche Thonningia sanguinea 

Manganassou Icacina (senegalensis) oliviformis

Lis de flamme, de feu, de gloire, griffe de tigre Gloriosa superba Flame, fire, glory lily, tiger claw Ruhmeskrone 
En milieu et bas de page, des videos vues du ciel de la forêt de Fathala et de la mangrove du Bandiala

In middle and bottom, videos seen from the sky of the Fathala forest

and of the Bandiala mangrove 

Reproduction soumise à l'autorisation des auteurs et des ayant droit

Sénégal de Kaolack au Saloum

Sénégal Forêt de Fathala

Baobabs (#015415 © Gérard Galat-IRD 1990)

(#023847 © Gérard Galat-IRD 1999)

(#000336 © Gérard Galat-IRD 1990)

Boules de feu Scadoxus multiflorus #056768 © Gérard Galat-IRD 1990

Palmier de la biche blanche Thonningia sanguinea  #024852. © Gérard Galat-IRD 2000

Lis de flamme, de feu, de gloire, griffe de tigre Gloriosa superba Flame, fire, glory lily, tiger claw Ruhmeskrone Least Concern ver 3.1 2008 #018556 © Gérard Galat-IRD 1993

Manganassou Icacina (senegalensis) oliviformis #024849 © Gérard Galat-IRD 2000

Piste en saison des pluies #015807 © Gérard Galat-IRD 1990

Vidéo :

Réouverture d'une piste dans la forêt de Fathala après la saison des pluies avec un VolkswagenWestfalia Joker 4x4 #098706 © Gérard Galat-IRD 1988 ►

 

Video

La forêt de Fathala

vue d'un hélicoptère

(#107671  

© Gérard Galat-IRD 2000)

 

Mangrove

In: Galat-Luong, A., Galat, G. 2007. Influence of anthropization on the distribution of the large wildlife. The mangroves, a refuge environment. In : Quelles aires protégées pour l’Afrique de l’Ouest ? Conservation de la biodiversité et développement. Fournier A., Sinsin B., Mensah G. A., Eds. CD Rom. Collection : Colloques et séminaires. IRD. Paris : 568-569. 

we wrote:

“The Delta du Saloum National park (Senegal) mangrove swamp, although threatened by an excessive exploitation, shows yet a diverse fauna of large mammals. Certain species of large and medium herbivore (Manatee) or carnivore (white cheeks Otter, swamp Mongoose, which consume essentially fishes, eggs, mollusks and shellfishes) Mammals are there enfeoffed. The small nocturnal carnivores (Mongooses, Wildcat, Genets) feed on fishes, invertebrates and small birds. As a result of the increase of the human pressure, new species included this particular environment in their home range. Our study, led in 1975-1976, showed that Green Monkeys adapted well to this habitat. They stay there up to 80 % of their time and feed on different parts of Rhizophora trees and prey on Uca tangeri crabs. Sitatunga, that one thought extinct in Senegal since thirty years, was rediscovered there during the 1998 IRD-DPN-DEFCC-IUCN census, in very small and fragmented populations. This demonstrates the efficiency of mangrove swamps as refuge. More recently, new species (Patas monkey, Bushbuck, and Warthog since about ten years ; Guinea fowl and especially Red Colobus for about five years) enter the mangrove swamp and find there protection against disturbances caused by man. Their predators, Civet and Hyena, follow them there. Sitatunga and Red Colobus survive in particularly confined and fragmented populations. Climatic change (dryness) and especially anthropisation (loss of continental habitats through deforestation, human activities disturbances) affected the mangrove swamp ecosystem which saw, in a short time, an increase of the large vertebrates diversity. This increase is however misleading, because it is only due to concentration of threatened species in their last refuge.

Grants: IRD, IUCN. Thanks : DPNS, PNDS Curator and rangers.”

(#024619 © Anh Galat-Luong-IRD 2000))

(#000054 © Anh Galat-Luong-IRD 2000)

(#000200 © Gérard Galat-IRD 2000)

(#004477 © Gérard Galat-IRD 1975)

(#004881 © Gérard Galat-IRD 1975)

(#020972 © Gérard Galat-IRD 1996)

(#057457 © Gérard Galat-IRD 1990)

(#057727 © Gérard Galat-IRD 1990)

(#028723 © Gérard Galat-IRD 2002)

(#023158 © Gérard Galat-IRD 1998)

  

Video :

La mangrove vue d'un hélicoptère,

avec pélicans 

(#107665  

© Gérard Galat-IRD 2000)

 

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