Kori Bustard

Ardeotis kori

Size: 76 - 100 cms
Habitat: Grassland, dry bush, semi-desert
Feeding: Insects, rodents, reptiles and seeds

The Kori Bustard is the biggest of the Bustards and has a much thicker neck than the Black-bellied Bustard.

It has a dark crest on its head. The neck is grey, the back is brown and the belly is white.

The female is much smaller than the male but has similar colouring.

This photo was taken in the Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania.













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