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Cursorius temminckii 

Actual scientific name :   Cursorius temminckii 
Old scientific name :   Cursorius temmincki temmincki 
French name :   Courvite de Temminck
English name :   Temminck's Courser
Vernacular name :  
Kialomwa (Kiluba-PNU )

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Description :   A rufous bird with a black-and-white line extending back from the eye and forming a collar.  
Habitat :   Quite common in Katanga. Likes grassy savannah and large open spaces especially when they have been burnt.  
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Life history :   Nests here during the dry season. Eggs are laid on the ground itself and are checked without being really sat on (this being done by the sun). 
Distribution in Katanga :   view map  
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