The bare-faced go-away-bird (Corythaixoides personatus) is named for its distinctive and uniquely bare, black face. The genus is named for the g'way call of its near relation, the grey go-away-bird. Found in the eastern Afrotropics of Ethiopia, Burundi, DRC, Kenya, Malawi, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia, it is part of the turaco family (Musophagidae) and occurs in open woodland, thickets and in cultivation with scattered trees. In Southern Africa it is known as kwêvoël, and also loeries along with the other turacos.
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