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    Vulturine Guinea fowl

    • Cindy McAsey - Be Barefoot

      Vulturine Guinea fowl, unique creatures great for natural pest control and watch dogs (oh yea they let you know when something is going on at the farm!)

    • Kevin Kenndy

      Vulturine Guinea Fowl ~ Miks' Pics "Fowl Feathered Friends lV" board @

    • Lili S. May

      The Vulturine Guinea fowl is the largest extant guinea fowl species. It is a resident breeder in northeast Africa, from southern Ethiopia through Kenya and just into northern Tanzania. -- [REPINNED by All Creatures Gift Shop]

    • Diane Martin

      Vulturine Guineafowl is the largest extant guineafowl species. It is a member of the bird family, Numididae, and is the only member of the genus Acryllium. It is a native of sub-Saharan Africa, from Uganda south into eastern Kenya. The most striking of the guinea fowl, it is taller than its relatives. They travel in flocks of 20-50 and their voices have been likened to creaking wagon wheels.

    • P i n t e r s t e l l a r

      #Vulturine #Guineafowl, #Bird, #Birds, #Wildlife, #Animal, #Animals, #Photography

    • Mary Aguila

      Vulturine Guinea Fowl Hermosas aves

    • Hamed Alshabibi

      Beautiful Bird

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