Narina Trogon
Apaloderma narina
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The narina trogon may be seen in forest and woodland throughout Tanzania. The plain undertail separates it from the other Tanzanian (bar-tailed) trogon. The upper pair (female left) was seen in Msumbugwe Forest. The second row males were seen in Olorien Forest and the lower bird was caught in the dining room of Tarangire Safari Lodge, courtesy of Sophie Simonson; click it to see twelve enlargements.
 
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Colleen Mullen, Sophie Simonson, Paul Oliver, Florence & Per Holmen

Last Update this page: 10-02-16