African Birdlife|January - February 2020
As is characteristic of bustards, the species is polygynous and strongly sexually dimorphic; on average, males weigh more than twice as much as females. Kori Bustard males engage in elaborate breeding displays intended to make themselves irresistibly attractive to females within earshot of their booming display calls, but these displays are rarely witnessed by humans on account of the species’ retiring nature.
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January - February 2020