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Simmons, R.E., Brown, C.J. and Kemper, J. 2015. Crowned Hornbill: Tockus alboterminatus. In: Simmons, R.E., Brown, C.J. and Kemper, J. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species. Pp 237. Ministry of Environment and Tourism and Namibia Nature Foundation, Windhoek


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Crowned Hornbill: Tockus alboterminatus.

Summary / Notes:

The Crowned Hornbill is endemic to mature montane, riverine and coastal forests, overlapping extensively with the Trumpeter Hornbill Bycanistes bucinator. The area occupied in the eastern Zambezi region is very small at 6,200 km2, of which 4% lies within the protected areas of the Nkasa Rupara (Mamili) National Park.

Year: 2015

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Origin: Birds to watch in Namibia

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