The Banded Lapwing is a large plover with a broad black breast band and white throat. The upperparts are mainly grey-brown with white underparts. There is a black cap and broad white eye-stripe, with a yellow eye-ring and bill and a small red wattle over the bill. The legs are pinkish-grey.
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What habitats does Vanellus tricolor live in?
They prefer open, short grasslands such as heavily grazed paddocks, agricultural lands and saline herblands in dry and semi-arid regions
What is the distribution of Vanellus tricolor?
How big does Vanellus tricolor grow?
Can grow up to around 29 cm
This does not mean that it cannot be found locally, just that I have not been able to verify records at the time this species was added to the database.
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