The usual pattern continued with, generally speaking, more wood warblers outside the forests than inside, although the farmland sampled at Krokosua was “thungya” plantain plantation inside the forest, where several wood warblers were located. This “thungya” system is where plots within a forest can be farmed, provided all of the trees above a certain height are left in place. In completely ruins the habitat for true forest specialists, as there is no natural understorey, and no mid-level canopy. However, if sufficient trees of the right species mix are left to thrive then it would seem that wood warblers can be supported in reasonable numbers, just like any reasonably well-wooded farmland outside the forest.
A solitary Ceiba tree, occupied by a lone wood warbler
Prestea, and one of the nicer guest houses visited