The Bare-faced Go-away-bird or Black-faced Lourie (Corythaixoides personatus) is a species of bird in the Musophagidae family. It occurs in 2 distinct areas. In Ethiopia from the southern border N through the Ethiopian rift valley highlands. The second population occurs from Malawi, N Zambia, SE Zaire and then N through eastern Zaire, western and central Tanzania , SW Uganda and W Kenya.
Length 48-50 cm
Grey body, white neck, bare black face, grey crest and tail, black legs and feet.
Male has black bill; female has green.
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