The reserve is located 1 km east of the Damango township in the north-west of the country, to the south of Mole National Park (GH028). The vegetation is Guinea Savanna woodland with a canopy at about 8 m. Damongo Scarp is a sheer rock-face rising up to about 80 m above the surrounding plain. At the top of the scarp is an undulating plateau, on which the vegetation is dominated by short tussock-grasses and a few trees. Farming activities are common and in some parts the effects of slash and burn cultivation are evident.
See Box and Table 3 for key species. A total of 73 species have been recorded at this site.
Non-bird biodiversity: None known to BirdLife International.
Pressure/threats to key biodiversity
There is much illegal cattle-grazing in the reserve.
BirdLife International (2019) Important Bird Areas factsheet: Damongo Scarp Forest Reserve. Downloaded from
http://www.birdlife.org on 11/12/2019.