Red-necked Spurfowl

Francolinus afer

Size: Up to 38 cms long
Habitat: Woodland, bush, thickets
Feeding: Seeds, insects

The Red-necked Spurfowl, also called the Red-necked Francolin, is a member of the pheasant family.

Its plummage is mostly brown with white and black markings. This bird can be identified by its bare red throat, eye patches and legs. 

This photo was taken in the Ruaha National Park, Tanzania.







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