Country checklist and status
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|Cinnamon Weaver||Ploceus badius|
There is significant interest from international birdwatchers in this species. We understand however from the Khartoum Birdwatchers' Group that no one has been able to find a good description of it.
Red Sea Cliff Swallow Hirundo perdita is known only from a single type specimen found dead on the Red Sea coast of Sudan.
Near endemic species (found in 3 or less African countries)
|Erckel’s Francolin||Francolinus erckelii|
|White-cheeked Turaco||Tauraco leucotis|
|White-headed Babbler||Turdoides leucocephala|
|Northern Bald Ibis||Geronticus eremita||Critical|
|Lappet-faced Vulture||Torgos tracheliotus||Vulnerable|
|Greater Spotted Eagle||Aquila clanga||Vulnerable|
|Eastern Imperial Eagle||Aquila heliaca||Vulnerable|
|Lesser Kestrel||Falco naumanni||Vulnerable|
The lists of endemic, near endemic and threatened species have been compiled from a number of sources including the African Bird Club, BirdLife International, and Birds of the World Version 2.0 ® 1994-1996, Dr. Charles Sibley and Thayer Birding Software, Ltd.