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African Wattled Lapwing (Vanellus Senegallus), Masai Mara
Also known as the Wattled Plover, both the male and the female have long yellow wattles on their head. They are common in the Masai Mara, feeding on grass seeds and insects. Mostly solitary, the wattled crane can also be found in pairs.