Brimstone Canary
Crithagra sulphurata
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The brimstone canary is larger than the yellow-fronted canary and has a heavier pink bill and a green (not black) malar stripe. In Tanzania it is found mainly in the west and south. The upper and left 2nd row bird was photographed at Utenguli near Mbeya, courtesy of Steve Pence; the right 2nd row juvenile and the 4th row adult, Sumbawanga, courtesy Silas Olofson; the 3rd row, Mgahinaga NP-Uganda, courtesy Karine van der Vurst;; 5th row, in So. Africa, courtesy of Mike Graham; and the lower, in the Iringa Highlands, courtesy of Paul Oliver.
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Mike Graham, Silas Olofson, Paul Oliver, Karine van der Vurst

Last Update this page: 10-31-23