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Livingstone's Turaco this guy could hide in the grass and honey bees would visit him for nectar.

Livingstone's Turaco - Turacos make up the bird family Musophagidae. And that hair is beautiful :)

Flower Birdy - Turaco  The turacos make up the bird family Musophagidae (literally "banana-eaters")

Guinea Turaco (Tauraco persa), the "Green Turaco," found in forests of West and Central Africa and of the family Musophagidae ("banana-eaters"); the Guinea Turaco always lays two eggs.

our-amazing-world:  White Cheeked Turaco Amazing World beautiful amazing

The White-cheeked Turaco (Tauraco leucotis) is a species of bird in the Musophagidae family. It's found in Eritrea, Ethiopia, Sudan. by Earl Reinink

fat-birds:    03-0181 Red Crested Turaco by Earl Reinink on Flickr.

The Red-crested Turaco, Tauraco erythrolophus, is a turaco, a group of African near-passerines. It is a fruit-eating bird endemic to western Angola. Its call sounds somewhat like a jungle monkey. Photo by Earl Reinink

Close-up of a Great Blue turaco (Corythaeola cristata) calling, Kibale National Park, Uganda

Close-up of a Great Blue Turaco (Corythaeola cristata) calling, Kibale National Park, Uganda by Panoramic Images

The White-cheeked Turaco (Tauraco leucotis) is a species of bird in the Musophagidae family. It is found in Eritrea, Ethiopia, and Sudan.

The White-cheeked Turaco (Tauraco leucotis) is a species of bird in the Musophagidae family. It is found in Eritrea, Ethiopia, and Sudan.

White-bellied go-away-bird from Serengeti National Park, Tanzania by Yathin S Krishnappa

White-bellied Go-away Bird (Corythaixoides leucogaster) is a widespread bird of Africa in the Turaco family. Typical call is a single or repeated gwa (or g'away)

The Hartlaub's Turaco (Tauraco hartlaubi) is a species of bird in the Musophagidae family. It is found in Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda.

Hartlaub's Turaco Turaco Birds make up the bird family Musophagidae (literally "banana-eaters"), which includes plantain-eaters and go-away-birds.