Birds of Europe, North Africa and the Middle East This is the most up-to-date checklist of bird species and subspecies recorded in Europe, North Africa and the Middle East, including Iran and the Arabian Peninsula – the ‘greater’ Western Palearctic.
Breeding in Africa: widespread; can be seen in 38 countries. Senegal Coucal -Centropus senegalensis -on tree.jpg The Senegal Coucal, Centropus senegalensis, is a member of the cuckoo order of birds, the Cuculiformes, which also includes the roadrunners, the anis, and the Hoatzin. It is a widespread species through Africa, except the northwest and into south Arabia.

The Senegal Coucal is a bird of grassy habitats with trees, such as bush and savannah. Senegal Coucal (Centropus senegalensis) bird calls and sounds on dibird.com. The distribution in the atlas region covers most of Zimbabwe, except some eastern dis-tricts. Senegal Coucal Senegalvleiloerie Centropus senegalensis The Senegal Coucal is widely distributed across Africa throughout the northern savanna belt, while a separate population occurs in southern Africa from Tanzania to Namibia (Fry et al.

1988).