Black-faced Sandgrouse
Pterocles decoratus
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The black-faced sandgrouse is an east African endemic, common in dry open country often near water. The nest was photographed in Yaida Valley (6-06). The photo above was taken in the Serengeti (12-07); click it to see a slideshow which has photos of eggs, chicks, juveniles, males and females. All of the other photos were taken in Tarangire and Shambarai swamp.
 
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Last Update this page: 4-04-19