RF2F668RWThe black casqued hornbill, Ceratogymna atrata, also black casqued wattled hornbill, is a species of hornbill in the family Bucerotidae ans can be fou
RF2H00C77The black-casqued hornbill (Ceratogymna atrata) or black-casqued wattled hornbill
RMTT0KX2Black-casqued hornbill / black-casqued wattled hornbill (Ceratogymna atrata) male perched in tree, native to Africa
RMDENGBAA three months old male Black-casqued Wattled Hornbill (Ceratogymna atrata) (L) sits next to the mother (R) in the bird park Walsrode, Germany, 13 September 2013. Originally, the Black-casqued Wattled Hornbill lives south of the Sahara in Africa. Photo: HOLGER HOLLEMANN/dpa
RMRHDWJ7. Bonner zoologische Monographien. Zoology. 140. 415 White-tailed Hornbill (498) no map Bycanistes fistula tor duboisi LM? (3, 5) NBR rare lowland forest Remarks: Only recorded from Bengengai 4/27 (Hillman & Hillman 1986) with un- known status 416 Black and White Casqued Hornbill (500) Bycanistes subcylindricus subquadratus R LM NBR fairly common better wooded savanna, gallery forests Remarks: Some birds move north during the rains 417 Black-wattled Hornbill (503) no map Ceratogymna atrata R NBR uncommon bowl and gallery forests Remarks: Only recorded from Aloma Pla- teau 3/30 and Bengenga
RMTT0KTXBlack-casqued hornbill / black-casqued wattled hornbill (Ceratogymna atrata) male perched in tree, native to Africa
RMP5CWTJN/A. English: « Buceros atratus » = Ceratogymna atrata (Black-casqued Wattled Hornbill) - adult Français: « Buceros atratus » = Ceratogymna atrata (Calao à casque noir) - adulte . 1838. Nicolas Huet  (1770–1830)   Alternative names Nicolas, II Huet; Nicolas Huet The Younger; Nicholas Huet II; Nicolas The Younger Huet Description French painter, illustrator and engraver Date of birth/death 1770 26 December 1830 Location of birth Paris Authority control : Q3340421 VIAF:95590486 ISNI:0000 0000 7064 7628 ULAN:500117124 GND:138988412 Jean Gabriel Prêtre  (1768–1849)   Description Swi
RMTT0KYMBlack-casqued hornbill / black-casqued wattled hornbill (Ceratogymna atrata) male and female pair perched in tree, native to Africa