Length is 31-33". A uniquely patterned vulture with a colourful face and bill, peaked, somewhat triangular white head, white crop patch, belly and tibial feathers. In females, the inner secondaries are white while they are dark grey in males.
Uncommon in open/semi-open country<ref name="Kenya">Zimmerman, Dale A.; et al. (1999). Birds of Kenya and Northern Tanzania. Princeton University Press. p. 432. ISBN0691010226.</noinclude>.
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