Willcock's Honeyguide

The Willcock's Honeyguide is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

Willcock's Honeyguide 1 watched for 30 mins at Semliki another seen at Budongo 208. Thick-billed Honeyguide 209. Scaly-throated Honeyguide 210. Nubian Woodpecker 211. Cardinal Woodpecker 212. Golden-crowned Woodpecker 213. Elliot's Woodpecker 214. Grey Woodpecker 215. African Broadbill 216. African Green Broadbill pair watched feeding young at Mubwindi swamp 217. Green-breasted Pitta 1 seen well at Kibale after a great deal of searching 218. More

Trail: saw Handsome Francolin and Willcock's Honeyguide, and Nick had Many-coloured Bush-shrike, but we only heard Kivu Ground-Thrush. Couldn't decide whether a perched long-tailed cuckoo was Dusky or Olive, having heard the latter but never seen it. As I had been outvoted on staying for a further few hours at Buhoma, we were ready to go on day 21 at 07.00, although did not leave till 08.20 because of a wrangle over cash for the bill. More

Order : Piciformes
Family : Indicatoridae
Genus : Indicator
Species : willcocksi
Authority : Alexander, 1901