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The yellow-bellied waxbill (Coccopygia quartinia), also known as the yellow-belled swee and the East African swee, has a black upper bill, red lower bill, grey head and chest, olive back and wings with fine dark cross-barring, red rump, black tail, buff or yellow belly, and black legs. Native to East Africa, it is found in highland grassland and on the forest edge.
Yellow bellied waxbill / sweeYellow bellied waxbill / swee