North African Houbara

North African Houbara

Scientific name of species

(Chlamydotis undulata)

Range Areas

The range area of the North African Houbara extends from North Africa to the Nile River Valley in Egypt. 80% of the population is settled in Morocco and Algeria.

Unlike Asian Houbara, birds of this species do not migrate, and are limited to movements in their natural areas.




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