First record of the fledging period of Temminck's Courser, Cursorius temminckii

@article{Engelbrecht2001FirstRO,
  title={First record of the fledging period of Temminck's Courser, Cursorius temminckii},
  author={G Derek Engelbrecht},
  journal={Ostrich},
  year={2001},
  volume={72},
  pages={117 - 118}
}
Temminck's Courser Cursorius temminckii fore taken. The next morning, a second is an endemic resident in Africa with chick was discovered. If the incubation a widespread distribution in semi-arid period of e. temminckii is similar to the savanna regions. This highly nomadic 25-27 days recorded for Rhinoptilus coursand migratory species is fairly common ers (Maclean 1967; Kemp & Maclean in southern Africa (Maclean & Urban 1973), the eggs could have been laid be1986). Its preferred habitat is… 
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