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Red-necked Spurfowl

 
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The Red-necked Spurfowl (Pternistis afer) – also known as Red-necked Francolins – are African natives that are found across the central belt of Africa and down the east coast to Tanzania.

The Red-necked Spurfowl is brown above and black-streaked grey or white below. This Francolin was named for its bright red neck. The bare facial skin and legs are also red.


 

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