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Glareola pratincola 

Actual scientific name :   Glareola pratincola 
Old scientific name :   Glareola pratincola fulleborni 
French name :   Glaréole à collier
English name :   Collared Pratincole
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Muwawa, Lugnunza (Kiluba-PNU )

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Description :   Distinguished by its forked tail, its yellow throat edged with a black line, its roufous underwing coverts and its white rump and belly that are conspicious in flight. Flight is graceful. 
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Life history :   Nests here during the dry season, sometimes up until November. 
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