One of Ghana’s last populations of white-necked rockfowl can be found in the Asumura region. Early in the 1960s, this species was frequently spotted in Ghana, but it had not been seen for about 40 years. It was impossible to find it until 2003, when researchers once again came across the species in the Asumura region.
Although it is an endangered and threatened species, you can view white-necked rockfowl in the Asumura Sanctuary, which is only 45 minutes from Goaso. Visit the visitor center to learn more about the bird, sip a beverage outside in the summer house, take a guided woodland walk to observe the rockfowl, and test your mettle by climbing Bonsam Bepo (Devil’s Hill).