Southern (East African) Citril
Crithagra (Serinus) hyposticta
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The southern citril is a southeast African endemic. It differs from the African citril by having a grey or olive face, instead of black and a small supercilium. The right 4rd row photo was taken in Monduli (7-10), courtesy of Valéry Schollaert. The 5th row birds were seen in Arusha NP (left, 11-11) and Ngorongoro Crater rim (11-11), both courtesy of Doug McLennan. The others were taken in the Mt. Meru forest and at Simba Farm on West Kilimanjaro. Click the photo above to see 19 enlargements including gathering nest material.
 
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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, Doug McLennan

Last Update this page: 12-07-18