The Ebi River Shelterbelt Forest Reserve lies to the south of the Nwini river and west of Ankobra river and is c.19 km from the coast. The terrain is gently undulating and the reserve is crossed by the Ebi and Fiakpole rivers. The altitude varies from 15–60 m, although Bedoako hill, in the extreme south-east, rises to over 90 m. The soil is mainly loamy clay, but there is gravel in some areas. The vegetation is wet evergreen forest. A large part of the reserve (2,238 ha) is under timber concessions. There are records of logging from 1978–1989 and in several areas of its western part logging was severe.
See Box and Tables 2 and 3 for key species. The site is one of the four at which Tigriornis leucolophus was recorded.
Non-bird biodiversity: Tragelaphus euryceros (LR/nt) is reported to occur.
BirdLife International (2019) Important Bird Areas factsheet: Ebi River Shelterbelt Forest Reserve. Downloaded from http://www.birdlife.org on 10/12/2019.