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Jackson’s Hornbills

Jackson's Hornbills (Tockus jacksoni)

The Jackson’s Hornbills (Tockus jacksoni) are found in Kenya, Sudan, and Uganda. Except for the dense white spots to the wing coverts, it resembles and is often considered a subspecies of, Von der Decken’s Hornbill.
 
Jackson's Hornbills Resting On The Top Of The Branches
Jackson’s Hornbills Resting On The Top Of The Branches

 

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