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A small African barbet, the red-fronted tinkerbird, (Pogoniulus pusillus) is named for its call – at some 100 repetitions per minute, its call is a fast tink-tink-tink-tink. Associated with juniper forest and scrub, it is a resident breeder in eastern South Africa, with a separate population from southern Sudan and Ethiopia south to central and eastern Tanzania. Unlike their larger relatives, the tinkerbirds sing from cover and are more frequently heard than seen.
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