White-tailed Lark
Mirafra albicauda
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The white-tailed lark is similar to the singing bush lark except for the white outer tail feathers, best seen in flight, and a darker back. The right lower bird was seen at Manyara Ranch Conservancy (11-11), courtesy of Colin Beale. All of the other photos were taken in south Tarangire.
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copyright © 2001-24 Ron Eggert or David Peterson
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Colin Beale

Last Update this page: 4-12-16