Brimstone Canary
Crithagra sulphurata (Serinus sulphuratus)
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The brimstone canary is larger than the yellow-fronted canary and has a heavier bill. In Tanzania it is found mainly in the west and south, but also along the northeastern Kenyan border in bushed country and cultivation. The upper bird was photographed in Sumbawanga (12-10), courtesy of Silas Olofson; the middle bird, 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: 1-19-15