Buffon's Green Turaco Tauraco persa buffoni

Buffon's Guinea Turaco
Buffon's Green Turaco
The Buffon's subspecies of the Guinea Turaco is the only Green Turaco with no white line below the eye. The nominal Guinea Turaco, also confusingly called the Green Turaco, has a white line above and below the eye, as do several other Turacos.
Buffon's Green Turaco
Buffon's Turaco
Buffon's Green Turaco
It has a blue-black back end and red wing edges but no white on top of its crest. It is native to west-central Africa.
Buffon's Green Turaco
Buffon's Green Turaco
Buffon's Guinea Turaco
It has a red bill, although, unusually, the Buffon's Turaco on the above right photo has a black and mis-shapen bill.
Buffon's Green Turaco
Buffon's Turaco
Buffon's Green Turaco
The red wing and the blue-black back and rump. "Buffon" does not refer to the bird's bouffant hairdo but to the French naturalist Comte de Buffon.