Brimstone Canary
Crithagra sulphurata (Serinus sulphuratus)
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The brimstone canary is larger than the yellow-fronted canary and has a heavier pink bill and a green (not black) malar stripe. In Tanzania it is found mainly in the west and south. The upper and left 2nd row bird was photographed at Utenguli near Mbeya (10-18), courtesy of Steve Pence; the 3rd row, in Sumbawanga (12-10), courtesy of Silas Olofson; 4th row, in So. Africa (1-07), courtesy of Mike Graham; and the lower, in the Iringa Highlands (11-14), courtesy of Paul Oliver.
 
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Mike Graham, Silas Olofson, Paul Oliver

Last Update this page: 10-27-18