Western Citril
Crithagra (Serinus) frontalis
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The western citril is endemic to east central Africa including western Tanzania. Characteristic is the broad supercilium that extends across the forehead and the black face in the male. The pair was photographed in Bukoba, courtesy of Steve Clark; the second row male was seen in Sumbawanga; the 3rd row, in Queen Elisabeth NP-Uganda, courtesy Karine van der Vurst, 4th row, in Kigali-Rwanda, courtesy of Jason Anderson; the female, near Bukoba, courtesy of Per Holmen; and the bottom, in Minziro FR.
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All unattributed images on this website are:
copyright © 2001-24 Ron Eggert or David Peterson
All other images are the property of the indicated photographers:
Jason Anderson, Steve Ckark, Per Holmen, Karine van der Vurst

Last Update this page: 11-02-23