- Camptorhynchus labradorius
- Ducks & Geese
The Kori Bustard is a large species of bustard found across parts of southern Africa and separately in parts of eastern Africa. They prefer open habitats like grassland, savanna, farm fields, and scrubland.
The Kori Bustard's plumage reflects its preferred habitat. They have a cryptic pattern in dull grey and brown tones that match a sandy or dry brush-type habitat.
Male Kori Bustards may weigh over 40 pounds, making them among the heaviest bird species capable of flight. Males are larger than females and may be twice as heavy.
|Hatched||Added to Birdorable on: 14 July 2015|
|Scientific Name||Ardeotis kori|
|Birdorable Family||Rails, Cranes & Friends|
(as of 20 February 2017)
23 to 47 inches
70 to 108 inches
282 to 705 ounces
|Range||East Africa South Africa|