Synonyms for crowned_hornbill or Related words with crowned_hornbill
Examples of "crowned_hornbill"
("Tockus alboterminatus") is an African hornbill.
is a common resident of the coastal and riverine forests of southern (only the eastern coast) to northeastern Africa.
("Berenicornis comatus"), also known as the long-crested hornbill or white-crested hornbill (leading to easy confusion with the African white-crested hornbill), is a species of hornbill.
It is monotypic within the genus "Berenicornis", although rarely the white-crested hornbill is also included in this genus, and the white-
is sometimes placed in genus "Aceros" instead.
Eight species of hornbill have been spotted in Mulu including the rhinoceros hornbill ("Buceros rhinoceros") which is featured on Sarawak's state emblem, the white-
("Berenicornis/Aceros comatus") and the helmeted hornbill ("Buceros vigil") with its large solid casque (an enlargement on the bill).
It is a medium-sized bird, in length, and is characterized by its white belly and black back and wings. The tips of the long tail feathers are white. The eyes are yellow; the beak is red and presents a stocky casque on the upper mandible. In females, the casque is smaller. The
can be distinguished from the similar Bradfield's hornbill by its shorter beak.
Belum Temenggor is home to over 300 avian species. It is the only existing forest where all 10 species of hornbill that inhabit Malaysia are found, namely the white-
, bushy-crested hornbill, wrinkled hornbill, wreathed hornbill, plain-pouched hornbill, black hornbill, Oriental pied hornbill, rhinoceros hornbill, great hornbill and helmeted hornbill. In the forest you can also find 3,000 species of flowering plants, including 3 species of Rafflesia, the world's largest flower.
Aceros is a genus of large south-east Asian hornbills (Bucerotidae family). This genus sometimes includes all species generally placed in the genus "Rhyticeros". Alternatively, "Aceros" has been considered monotypic, only including the rufous-necked hornbill, in which case all of the remaining are moved to the "Rhyticeros". Additionally, the white-
is sometimes placed in this genus, but most now place it in "Berenicornis" instead.
The Kiwengwa/Pongwe Forest Reserve is located on the north east coast of Unguja, 20 km from Zanzibar Town. The reserve is an important biodiversity spot in the coral rag zone. The forest reserve is rich both in faunal and floral species. The faunal species reported from the reserve are: Endemic species of red colobus monkey, Aders' duiker, sykes, blue monkeys, sunni antelope and several species of snakes. The avifauna species consist of 47 bird species, which includes Fischer's turaco, Zanzibar sombre greenbul,
and white-browed coucal. There are 100 plant species which includes many medicinal species. There are also coral caves within the reserve where stalactites and stalagmites can be seen. There is also a spice plantation near the reserve. Coral rag forest, a sensitive ecosystem, is under threat due to timber extraction since the 1970s. Conservation measures have been undertaken to preserve the rich biodiversity of the reserve.
Moist evergreen forest, which can be found in the valleys and in damp gullies and riversides. Hill evergreen forest and lower montaine forest. Over 300 species of orchids can be seen within the park. Khao Luang is the only place in the world where some of these can be found. There are no fewer than 327 species of animals living in Khao Luang, some of these include; Malayan tapir (only seen if you are very lucky), Sumatran serow, pig-tailed macaque, Asiatic brush-tailed porcupine, clouded leopard, barking deer, sambar deer, binturong, panther, tiger, wild pig, banded langur and spectacled langur. Bird species include black eagle, red junglefowl, great argus pheasant, crested fireback pheasant, white-
, bushy-crested hornbill, great pied hornbill, helmeted hornbill, red-crowned barbet and sunbirds.
Kiwengwa/Pongwe Forest Reserve is located on the north east coast of Unguja, from the Zanzibar Town. The reserve is an important biodiversity spot in the coral rag zone. The forest reserve is rich both in faunal and floral species. The faunal species reported from the reserve are: Endemic species of red colobus monkey, Aders' duiker, sykes, blue monkeys, suni antelope and several species of snakes. The avifauna species consist of 47 bird species, which includes Fischer's turaco, Zanzibar sombre greenbul,
and white-browed coucal. There are 100 plant species which includes many medicinal species. There are also coral caves within the reserve where stalactites and stalagmite formations can be seen. There is also a spice plantation near the reserve. Coral rag forest, a sensitive ecosystem, is under threat due to timber extraction, since the 1970s. Conservation measures have been undertaken to preserve the rich biodiversity of the reserve.
Reed cormorant ("Microcarbo africanus"), white-breasted cormorant ("Phalacrocorax carbo"), green-backed heron ("Butorides striatus"), black egret ("Egretta ardesiaca"), purple heron ("Ardea purpurea"), black-headed heron ("Ardea melanocephala"), wooly-necked stork ("Ciconia episcopus"), hamerkop ("Scopus umbretta"), African spoonbill ("Platalea alba"), Egyptian goose ("Alopochen aegyptiacus"), African black duck ("Anas sparsa"), yellow-billed duck ("Anas undulata"), black crake ("Amaurornis flavirostris"), African jacana ("Actophilornis africanus"), long-crested eagle ("Lophaetus occipitalis"), African fish eagle ("Haliaeetus vocifer"), African goshawk ("Accipiter tachiro"), osprey ("Pandion haliaetus"), African harrier-hawk ("Polyboroides typus"), tambourine dove ("Turtur tympanistria"), emerald-spotted dove ("Turtur chalcospilos"), Narina trogon ("Apaloderma narina"), purple-crested turaco ("Tauraco porphyreolophus"), Burchell's coucal ("Centropus superciliosus"), spotted eagle owl ("Bubo africanus"), giant kingfisher ("Megaceryle maxima"), pied kingfisher ("Ceryle rudis"), brown-hooded kingfisher ("Halcyon albiventris"), pygmy kingfisher ("Ispidina picta"), half-collared kingfisher ("Alcedo semitorquata"), malachite kingfisher ("Alcedo cristata"), red-billed woodhoopoe ("Phoeniculus purpureus"),
("Tockus alboterminatus"), trumpeter hornbill ("Bycanistes bucinator"), black-headed oriole ("Oriolus larvatus"), spotted ground-thrush ("Zoothera guttata"), starred robin ("Pogonocichla stellata"), chorister robin ("Cossypha dichroa"), plum-coloured starling ("Cinnyricinclus leucogaster"), forest weaver ("Ploceus bicolor"), thick-billed weaver ("Amblyospiza albifrons").
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