Arrow-marked Babbler
Turdoides jardineii
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The arrow-marked babbler is a brown babbler whose throat, neck and breast feathers are pointed and white tipped. Distribution is from Kenya to northern South Africa. Small groups are often seen foraging in leaves and undergrowth for insects. These photos were taken in Olasiti, Tarangire and Magangwe. Click the photo above to see 18 enlargements including a nest and a juvenile.
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Last Update this page: 10-03-22