Red-faced Barbet
Lybius rubrifacies
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The red-faced barbet is an east African endemic found in grassland and wooded grassland in the northwest. It is similar to the black-billed barbet but has a paler bill and all black wing coverts. This photograph was taken in Akagera NP (Rwanda, 4-10), courtesy of Jason Anderson.
 
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Jason Anderson

Last Update this page: 12-28-14