Red-and-yellow Barbet (Trachyphonus erythrocephalus)
Details of Red-and-yellow Barbet (Trachyphonus erythrocephalus)
Red-and-yellow barbet is found in Eastern Africa, it is a species of African Barbet. Red-and-yellow barbets are omnivores, feeding on seeds, fruit, and invertebrates. They live in not very opened areas, such as riverbeds and cliffs or termite mounds.
Males of red-and-yellow barbet have distinctive black (spotted white), red, and yellow plumage. Females are similar, but less brightly colored.
Some people keep red-and-yellow barbets as pets.
Length - 20–23 cm
Weight - 40–75 g
Distribution:South Eastern Sudan, Ethiopia, Somalia, Kenya and North Eastern Tanzania.