White-bellied Bustard
Eupodotis senegalensis
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White-bellied bustards are common in tall or burned grassland. Note both sexes have the characteristic blue-grey neck, confined in the female to the hindneck. The fliight photo is courtesy of Marie-France Gremoullet. The 2nd row photo (Serengeti, 2-17) is courtesy of Karine Van der Vurst. All of the other photographs were taken in Tarangire and the Serengeti; the right lower female is courtesy of Henrik Kisbye. Click the left lower photo to see 14 enlargements that include immatures and a displaying male.
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All unattributed images on this website are:
copyright © 2001-20 Ron Eggert or David Peterson
All other images are the property of the indicated photographers:
Henrik Kisbye, Karine Van der Vurst, Michael Markussen, Valéry Schollaert
Stuart Webb, Marie-France Gremoullet, Michael Oates

Last Update this page: 11-24-18