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  • Gislaine Maria Veiga

    This big eyed Crested Coua is distributed and endemic to forests, savanna and brushland of Madagascar. It is found from sea-level to altitude of 900 metres. The diet consists mainly of various insects, fruits, berries, seeds, snails and chameleons. The female usually lays two white eggs in nest made from twigs.

  • Cynthia Diane Deviney Hightower

    Crested Coua ~ Miks' Pics "Fowl Feathered Friends lV" board @ http://www.pinterest.com/msmgish/fowl-feathered-friends-lv/

  • Sally Ann

    {what a beautiful bird} The Crested Coua is distributed and endemic to forests, savanna and brushland of Madagascar. It is found from sea-level to altitude of 900 metres. The diet consists mainly of various insects, fruits, berries, seeds, snails and chameleons. The female usually lays two white eggs in nest made from twigs. - Click image to find more Animals Pinterest pins

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{what a beautiful bird} The Crested Coua is distributed and endemic to forests, savanna and brushland of Madagascar. It is found from sea-level to altitude of 900 metres. The diet consists mainly of various insects, fruits, berries, seeds, snails and chameleons. The female usually lays two white eggs in nest made from twigs.