CRESTED GUINEAFOWLGuttera edouardi
Conservation Status: Low Risk / Least Concern
Blackish gray with white spots and lines
Up to 65 years
Secondary forests and forest edge
Varies depending on rainfall patterns
Seeds, bugs and fruit
Highly social and vocal, usually live in flocks of up to 35 individuals
1. The timing of roosting is highly correlated to the time of sunset.
2. Has been seen foraging in association with vervet monkeys, feeding on scraps of fruit and fece that fall to the forest floor.