towards the source of the Orange River.
Until recently considered conspecific with T. olivaceus (and T. abyssinicus and T. roehli), but differs in its all-yellow bill (no dark upper culmen) (2); fairly bold yellow vs weak and non-contrasting grey or yellowish eyering (2); more extensive, less olive-washed grey breast and flanks (2); less well-marked throat (ns); greyish vs olive-washed upperparts (ns); less well-marked undertail-coverts (ns); narrow hybrid zone (2). Monotypic.
S & SC Namibia, extreme SE Botswana (Gaborone), W Lesotho and South Africa (except coastal and NE areas).
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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