Black-bellied korhaan


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Black-bellied korhaan

The Black-bellied bustard occurs from Senegal east to Ethiopia, extending south to southern Africa, where it is uncommon to locally common in a wide variety of mainly grassy habitats. Its diet is little known in southern Africa, but elsewhere it is omnivorous, mainly feeding feeding on small invertebrates, such as locusts, grasshoppers and beetles, as well as vegetable matter, such as fruit, seeds and leaves. The male does an elaborate courtship display to multiple females, whom he mates with afterwards. The incubating and parenting is done solely by the female, who protects intruders who get to close to the “nest”, which is a bare scrape in the ground, with wings outstretched

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