The Monteiro’s Hornbill (Tockus monteiri) is a species of hornbill that is native to the dry woodlands of southwestern Africa. It is a common, near-endemic species in Namibia, with a total population estimated at 340,000 individuals.
I do remember seeing these guys in several places usually roadside as we were driving from one place to another so I can’t believe I only got one shot while driving from Huab Lodge to Omaruru. They are only found in Namibia and a small part of Angola so Namibia is really you best chance to see them.
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Nothing on Youtube! There are a few clips on HBW taken around the Erongo area.