Hemprich's hornbill (Lophoceros hemprichii) is named after the German explorer and naturalist Wilhelm Friedrich Hemprich (1796 – 1825). This bird has a large heavily-built decurved bill that is orange-red with a grey wash. It also has elongated feathers on its crown and nape, which give it a tousled "bad hair day" look. Males and females look alike although the males are physically larger. It is found in Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, South Sudan, and Uganda.