Bare-faced Go-away-bird
Corythaixoides personatus
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The bare-faced go-away-bird is a white and grey turaco that has a brown/pink abdomen that blends with a variably colored brown or green breast patch. The upper photo was taken in the Serengeti (4-19), courtesy of Sadik Kassam; the 2nd row photo, at Ibwera-Bukoba (8-21), courtesy of Paul Edwards. The left 3rd, 5th & 6th row photos were taken in Tarangire NP (7-10), courtesy of Alex Supady. The others were taken in the Serengeti and Katavi. Click the photo above to see 10 enlargements.
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All unattributed images on this website are:
copyright © 2001-21 Ron Eggert or David Peterson
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Alex Supady, Siegfried Woldhek, Sadik Kassam, Paul Edwards

Last Update this page: 9-01-21