Mangoverde :: World Bird Guide :: Pigeons and Doves :: African Green-Pigeon

African Green-Pigeon Treron calva

Described by: Temminck (1808)
Alternate common name(s): African Green Pigeon, Delalande's Green Pigeon, Delalande's Green-Pigeon, Green Fruit-Pigeon, African Fruit-Pigeon
Old scientific name(s): Treron calvus


Kruger National Park, South Africa - Jul, 2008 © Jean-Philippe Paris  Kruger National Park, South Africa - Jul, 2008 © Jean-Philippe Paris  South Africa - Oct, 2001 © Harold Stiver  near Tanji Reserve, The Gambia - Nov 14, 2002 © Ian Esland  Kruger National Park, South Africa - Sep 28, 2005 © Alan Manson 
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Africa s. of the Sahara;
(1) Senegambia (Tanji Reserve), s. Mali, Burkina Faso, Guinea-Bissau and Guinea.
(2) Sierra Leone, Liberia, Ivory Coast, Ghana, Togo, Benin and s. Niger to s. Nigeria, n. Cameroon and Chad.
(3) E. Nigeria (Cross River), Cameroon to ne. Zaire (Ituri region) and s. to Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Congo and c. Angola. Principe Is.
(4) Fernando Po.
(5) N. Zaire (Uelle River), s. Central African Republic, s. Sudan and Uganda.
(6) Sw. Ethiopia s. e. of the Rift Valley to e. Kenya and n. Tanzania.
(7) Ne. Zaire (Lake Kivu area), Uganda, Rwanda and Burundi.
(8) W. Kenya and nw. Tanzania.
(9) Coastal Kenya to ne. Tanzania s. to Usambara Mountains.
(10) Lowlands of e. Tanzania and Zanzibar.
(11) S. Tanzania and Mozambique (lower Zambezi Valley).
(12) S. Zaire (Katanga) and Zambia s. to Victoria Falls.
(13) N. Namibia, n. Botswana and sw. Zimbabwe.
(14) S. Angola.
(15) Nw. Namibia.
(16) Ne. Namibia and nw Botswana.
(17) Coastal Kenya (Mombasa) s. to Mozambique and South Africa (Natal (Kruger National Park) and Cape Province).


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Clements, James F. Birds of the World: A Checklist. Vista, CA: Ibis Publishing Company, 2000.


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