Black-lored Babbler
Turdoides sharpei
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The upper black-lored babbler was photographed at Ndutu in May 2007. The white throat indicates the subspecies vepres which may have variable white on the underparts. It is an east African endemic, commonly seen in the Serengeti where most of these photos were taken except for the 2nd row right bird (Tarangire, 2-10). The 2nd row left photo (Ndutu, 5-10) is courtesy of Siegfried Woldhek. The lower birds were seen in November 2008, courtesy of Henrik Kisbye. Click left upper image to see more.
 
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All unattributed images on this website are:
copyright © 2001-15 Ron Eggert or David Peterson
All other images are the property of the indicated photographers:
Henrik Kisbye, Fain Zimmerman, Marek Novotny, Siegfried Woldhek

Last Update this page: 4-29-16