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Also known as Abyssinian Pie Bush Crow Ethiopian t

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Stresemann's Bushcrow - The Stresemann's bushcrow (Zavattariornis stresemanni), also known as Abyssinian pie, bush crow, Ethiopian bushcrow, ...

Stresemann's Bushcrow (Zavattariornis stresemanni), also known as Abyssinian Pie, Bush Crow,

STRESEMANN'S BUSHCROW (Zavattariornis stresemanni) - also known as Abyssinian Pie, Bush Crow & Ethiopian Bushcrow. The range of this species is quite ...

Stresemann's Bush Crow (Zavattariornis stresemanni), also known as Abyssinian pie, bush crow, Ethiopian bushcrow.

The Ethiopian Siskin or Abyssinian Siskin (Serinus nigriceps) is a species of finch in the Fringillidae family. It is found only in Ethiopia usuall…

Stresemann's Bush Crow (Zavattariornis stresemanni) Ethiopia | Birds II | Pinterest | Ethiopia, Birdwatching and Bird

Baffling Questions about the Ethiopian Bush Crow

Stresemann's Bush Crow (Zavattariornis stresemanni) Ethiopia | Birds II | Pinterest | Ethiopia, Birdwatching and Bird

Birds Abyssinian Slaty Flycatcher, Ethiopia

Streseman's (Ethiopian) Bush Crow, (Photo by Anne Walker) - can be

Yellow-billed kite of Ethiopia

Abyssinian roller, Coracias abyssinica, photographed at Awash National Park , Ethiopia (Africa)

External links

Henry Brousmiche - www.brousmiche.net

Abyssinian thrush

Grey treepie - Individual from Sattal India

Ethiopian Bush-crow Zavattariornis stresemanni head profile- sporting bright azure blue facial skin.

These two diagnostic features distinguish the Wattled Ibis from the closely related Hadada Ibis (Bostrychia hagedavli), which also occurs in Ethiopia.

Curious bush-crow foraging

White-tailed swallow - Image: Hirundo megaensis Mega

The White-tailed Swallow was first introduced to science in 1942 when C. W. Bensoii reported it in southern Ethiopia from Yabelo to Mega in short grass ...

Post-fledging family party of Bush-crows

The White-tailed Swallow was first introduced to science in 1942 when C. W. Bensoii reported it in southern Ethiopia from Yabelo to Mega in short grass ...

These two diagnostic features distinguish the Wattled Ibis from the closely related Hadada Ibis (Bostrychia hagedavli), which also occurs in Ethiopia.

ABYSSINIAN LONG-CLAW

... is a frequent to common bird in a restricted area of about 2400 square kilometers (1500 sq. miles) around Yabelo, Mega and Arero in southern Ethiopia.

STRESEMANN'S BUSH-CROW

HARWOOD'S FRANCOLIN

Lakew Berhanu · Stresemann's Bushcrow (Zavattariornis stresemanni)

I watched a short little video of a clever little crow playing ball (a ping pong ball) with a man and his dog. How fun is that? They are clever and playful ...

Henry Brousmiche - www.brousmiche.net

Yellow-billed blue magpie - Image: Yellow billed Blue Magpie I4 IMG 2895

Common green magpie - In Kaeng Krachan National Park, Thailand

Pink-rumped rosefinch

Rufous treepie - Nominate subspecies (Kolkata, India)

Piapiac - sub-adult (l) and immature (r) Semliki Wildlife Reserve

Birds of Saudi Arabia

Abyssinian Black Wheatear
Oenanthe lugubris

Grey treepie - Subspecies formosae from Taiwan

Piapiac - adult with beak full of termites

It lives in western and southeastern highlands in forests, woodlands and savannas and seems to be more uncommon in the northern than in the southern parts ...

ROUGET'S RAIL

In Debre Berhan, Ethiopia.

Black-headed jay - Image: Black headed jay rkd

Birding Ethiopia: Ken Behrens, Keith N. Barnes, Christian Boix: 9788496553552: Amazon.com: Books

Henry Brousmiche - www.brousmiche.net

We didn't get that much as last time, but singing Abyssinian Catbird and Abyssinian Ground-thrush were very nice additions to the list.

Choughs

Bornean green magpie - At Kinabalu National Park, Sabah, Malaysia

White-eared sibia

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Clark's nutcracker - Clark's nutcracker at Crater Lake, Oregon

Chough

Golden jackal

Magpies and Treepies

... and towns where it lives in association with churches and other large buildings. It also frequents bridges on the highways and roads of the plateau.

Ethiopia Through Russian Eyes by Alexander Bulatovich with 78 photos from Ethiopia c. 1900

Black-headed jay - Garrulus lanceolatus from Pangot, Uttarakhand, India at an altitude

Nutcrackers are so named because they generally eat nuts of both pine and deciduous trees. Nutcrackers are unusual corvids inthat they have considerable ...

Yellowish-streaked lory

Vulturine guineafowl in Tsavo East National Park, Kenya

Stephen's lorikeet

male Greenland wheatear e (1 of 1)

YELLOW-FRONTED PARROT

Ribbon-tailed Astrapia

... the highlands of most of Ethiopia where it lives in gorges, on cliffs, on scrubby mountain-sides and in open country among rocks and grasslands; ...

Firecrests feeding their young high up in a breezy Corsican Pine. By sitting on a

Arfak astrapia

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... may possibly be better referred to either this species or alternatively to new species in their own right, but as yet, research into them is still at a ...

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Habitat Range Map

Photograph of Ethiopian Bee-eater

Birds of Ethiopia and Eritrea: An Atlas of Distributioa

Ethiopia Through Russian Eyes by Alexander Bulatovich with 78 photos from Ethiopia c. 1900

Shoebill

... on the road. Wait a minute, these things are way too large and long-legged for housecats! And there was one of my nemesis African mammals, they were two ...

Rusty laughingthrush

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White-naped jay

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Pinyon Jay

Red-billed francolin in Namibia