Balearica regulorum gibbericeps
The Grey Crowned Crane is about 1 m (3.3 ft) tall and weighs 3.5 kg (7.7 lb). Its body plumage is mainly grey. The wings are also predominantly white, but contain feathers with a range of colours. The head has a crown of stiff golden feathers. The sides of the face are white, and there is a bright red inflatable throat pouch. The bill is relatively short and grey, and the legs are black. The sexes are similar, although males tend to be slightly larger. Young birds are greyer than adults, with a feathered buff face. It faces threats to its habitat due to drainage, overgrazing, and pesticide pollution.
Seen at Nairobi National Park
The bird in front was grooming and in the fifth photo you can see it pulling out a feather.