A difficult bird to track down, let alone photograph. I owe my success to a brilliant Ugandan Birding Guide named Benson Bamutura and an astute and dedicated Ugandan Wildlife Warden named Gerard who has researched the birds habits, including it's courting behaviour and calls.
We ventured into the forest before daybreak and listened for the male's calls and tracked down the location. We first saw the bird dimly in the tree canopy, calling and displaying and eventually it came down to the forest floor to feed where we eventually were able to stalk him. He seemed to overcome his shyness after a while and ended up posing briefly for some shots. Focussing in the dim light was a challenge, and my spectacles kept fogging in the humidity which didn't help either! Needless to say I was happy to snap this elusive little beauty.
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