Hartlaub’s Turaco (Tauraco hartlaubi)

Photo@Marton Kelemen

Hartlaub’s Turaco (Tauraco hartlaubi) is a medium sized turaco, an endemic family to sub- Sahara Africa. In Kenya it is a resident breeder in the Montane forests of the central part of the country.

11 thoughts on “Hartlaub’s Turaco (Tauraco hartlaubi)

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  6. Good evening,
    This bird looks more like a Hartlaub Turaco. It is definitely not a Black-Billed Turaco

  7. Good evening Sir, you are right, it is indeed Hartlaub Turaco. I’m sorry for that mistake.Will correct it immediately.Hope you enjoy the rest of the posting.

  8. Good afternoon No worries! I really enjoy reading blogs and reports Kind Regards, Bruno


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