A global citizen science platform
to discover, share and identify wildlife
Male is distinctive with a blue-grey neck, white belly, white face and a blackish-brown crown; upperparts are brown with fine, dark brown vermiculations. Female and immature are duller than male, with brown crown and hindneck; brownish-grey fore-neck.
Wide range of open grassland below 2000m, usually with bush or tree cover
Info. from: 1. Birds of East Africa by Dave Richards 2. First 2 photos are Male Bustard & last photo is of Female.