Western Black-headed Oriole
Oriolus brachyrhynchus
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The western black-headed oriole is uncommon in north western Tanzania forests. It is similar to the black-headed oriole except the central tail feathers and greater coverts are olive-green and the outer secondaries are edged grey, not white. The top photo was taken on the Western Cape (So. Africa, 12-08), courtesy of Mike Graham; the others, Minziro FR (5-23), courtesy of Per Holmen (center) and Isaac Kilusu.
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Mike Graham, Per Holmen, Isaac Kilusu

Last Update this page: 9-11-23