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Jo Taylor 10 Mar 18
This ground hornbill is obviously ready for his close-up!
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Africa Geographic 20 Jun 14
Taking the head on: a - Image by Arno Meintjes Wildlife Photography
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Dave Starley May 15
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Sabi Sabi May 6
These two Southern Ground Hornbills were perching in a big Marula Tree, possibly on the lookout for their nest snack that might be hiding away on the ground amongst the vegetation.
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PaddlesWorthDraws Aug 23
I just listed my Ground Hornbill illustration in my Etsy shop! Free international shipping!
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WildEarth 3 Jul 17
What an absolute treat to hear the call of such a magnificent endangered species of bird - The Ground Hornbill.
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Birdworld 10 Nov 16
We have a new pair of young Ground Hornbills each from different ends of europe- hope they communicate OK!
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Charlie Lynam 17 Jan 16
Mating Ground Hornbills. Very rare sighting of this endangered bird.
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Bush2citydventure Apr 24
Ground hornbill - One of Tanzania’s most prominent birds, this black turkey lookalike has white underwings, red wattled throat and eyes, and colorful wavering eyelashes.
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Daniel Dalyop 23 Jun 15
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Charlotte Belland 3 Jul 17
Addicted to :) group singing in a tree with Ale Olivieri
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Bali Bird Park 3 Jan 18
We have a bird species named ground hornbill. are large, with adults around a mettre tall. Both species are ground - dwelling, unlike others hornbill, and feed on insects, snakes, other birds, amphibians, and even tortoises.
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Sabi Sabi Sep 14
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MGHP 10 Sep 17
It was our pleasure to host the reserve ecology team for a braai/bbq yesterday for all the help they give us - thank you!
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Birdworld 25 Jun 16
Don't you wish you had eye lashes like me?
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Tropical Studies Feb 16
Caught on camera! Some OTS students conducting fieldwork for one of their research projects. And a few of the species moving around their study area
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MGHP 16 Sep 17
We are now on instagram! Follow us at ground.hornbill
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Tanda Tula 4 Sep 14
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Kate Carstens 15 Jan 16
A new natural nest discovered in Timbavati. And look...it's active!
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Louise Pavid 25 Jun 17
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