Black-billed Barbet
Lybius guifsobalito
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The black-billed barbet is a northeast African endemic that has a red face, throat and breast. Flight feathers are edged with light yellow. It is found in northwestern Tanzania. The top bird was seen in the Grumeti Reserve (7-18), courtesy of Gary Douglas. The right 2nd row photo was taken on Lukuba Island (9-10), courtesy of Valéry Schollaert; and the left, in the Segeneiti (Eritrea, 1-08), courtesy of Jason Anderson. The bottom bird was seen at Matvilla Beach (1-17), courtesy Emmanuel Mgimwa. The other photos were taken on Lukuba Island (1-12).
 
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All unattributed images on this website are:
copyright © 2001-18 Ron Eggert or David Peterson
All other images are the property of the indicated photographers:
Valéry Schollaert, Jason Anderson, Emmanuel Mgimwa, Gary Douglas

Last Update this page: 10-17-18