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African Pied Crow
(Corvus albus)

 

Common Name: African Pied Crow
Scientific Name: Corvus albus
Clutch Size: 3 to 6 eggs
Incubation Period: 18 to 20 days
Habitation: This species, Africa's most widespread member of the genus Corvus, occurs from Sub-Saharan Africa, specifically Senegal, Sudan, Somalia and Eritrea down to the Cape of Good Hope and on the large island of Madagascar, the Comoros islands, Aldabra group islands, Zanzibar, Pemba and Fernando Po. It inhabits mainly open country with villages and towns nearby. It does not occur in the equatorial rainforest region. It is rarely seen very far from human habitation, though it is not as tied to the urban way of life as the house crow (Corvus splendens) of Asia, and may be encountered far from human habitation in Eritrea.[2]
Conservation Status: IUCN Red List least concern species

 

 

Purple Swamphen / Purple gallinule
(Porphyrio porphyrio)

Common Name: Purple Swamphen / Purple gallinule
Scientific Name: Porphyrio porphyrio
Clutch Size: 3 to 6 eggs
Incubation Period: 23 to 27 days
Habitation: They are native to the tropical and sub-tropical regions of Europe, Africa, Asia, and Australasia. They have been introduced to Florida
Conservation Status: The species is considered to be Least Concern globally by the IUCN.

 

 

Australian Crested Dove
(Ocyphaps lophotes)

Common Name: Australian Crested Dove
Scientific Name: Ocyphaps lophotes
Clutch Size: 2 pure white eggs
Incubation Period: 18 to 20 days
Habitation: Found in lightly wooded grasslands in both rural and urban areas, but they can also be seen at watercourses, homestead gardens, pastoral areas, sports grounds, and golf courses. Their habitat has expanded since settlement has produced pastoral lands (previously they were only found in inland and Western Australia).Foraging for grains, they have adapted to grain farming areas, often feeding on the noxious weed of Salvation Jane.
Conservation Status: Least concerned

 

 

Congo African Grey
(Psittacus erithacus)

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Common Name: Congo African Grey
Scientific Name: Psittacus erithacus
Clutch Size: 3 to 5 eggs
Incubation Period: 30 days
Habitation: They originated in Central Africa, from the southeast portion of the Ivory Coast extending to western Kenya and down to Tanzania and Angola
Conservation Status: In October 2016, the Convention on the International Trade of Endangered Fauna and Flora (CITES) extended the highest level of protection to African greys by listing the species under appendix 1, which bans global and domestic trade in the species

 

 

Ostrich
(Struthio camelus)

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Common Name: Ostrich
Scientific Name: Struthio camelus
Clutch Size: 7 to 10 eggs
Incubation Period: 35 to 40 days
Habitation: Wild ostriches live in the dry, hot savannas and woodlands of Africa. They once roamed all over Asia, Africa and the Arabian Peninsula, but ours were domestically raised.
Conservation Status: Most ostrich subspecies are not endangered, though their populations are declining

 

 

Silver Laced Orpington

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Nene Geese
(Branta sandvicensis)

Common Name: Nene Geese
Scientific Name: Branta sandvicensis
Clutch Size: 1 to 6 eggs
Incubation Period: 30 days
Habitation: Originated from the Hawaiian islands
Conservation Status: Classified as Vulnerable (VU) on the IUCN Red List 2007 (1) and listed on Appendix I of CITES

 

 

Roul Roul Partridge
(Rollulus rouloul)

Common Name: Roul Roul Partridge
Scientific Name: Rollulus rouloul
Clutch Size: 5 to 6 eggs
Incubation Period: 18 days
Habitation: This small partridge is a resident breeder in lowland rainforests in south Burma, south Thailand, Malaysia, Sumatra and Borneo
Conservation Status: Near Threatened on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species

 

 

African Spurred Tortoise/ Sulcata Tortoise
(3rd largest species of tortoise in the world)
(Centrochelys sulcata)

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Common Name: African Spurred Tortoise/ Sulcata Tortoise
Scientific Name: Centrochelys sulcata
Clutch Size: 15 to 30 eggs
Incubation Period: 90 to 120 days
Habitation: They are native to the Sahara Desert and the Sahel, a transitional ecoregion of semiarid grasslands, savannas, and thorn shrublands found in the countries of Burkina Faso, Chad, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Mali, Mauritania, Nigeria, Senegal, and Sudan. But they are many locally bred in the USA.
Conservation Status: Vulnerable

 

 

Aldabra Tortoise
(one of the largest tortoises in the world)
(Aldabrachelys gigantea)

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Common Name: Aldabra Tortoise
Scientific Name: Aldabrachelys gigantea
Clutch Size: 9 to 25 eggs
Incubation Period: on average of 107 days
Habitation: Habitation: They are from the islands of the Aldabra Atoll in the Seychelles
Conservation Status: Vulnerable

 

 

 

 

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