White-bellied Go-away


White-bellied Go-away

(Turaco Musophagidae family)

Criniferoides leucogaster

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Map and range not to any scale nor is it absolute.


Ethiopia to E. Tanzania

This Turaco likes dry open scrub and woodland.
Its names comes from the sound it makes, "go-wayeerr".
It also can make a loud bark. Mostly eats fruit, flowers and some seed pods.

Approximately 20 inches head to tail.


Captive bird. Private collection


The bird on the right is a Double-toothed Barbet.

To see a better image of the Double-toothed Barbet click HERE.



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