The Vulturine Guineafowl are a large size Guineafowl. The bare skin of the head and neck is bluish-gray with short brown feathers that go behind the eyes on the back of the head; long, white striped feathers extend from the breast and back. The upper back and breast is bright blue, with a black spot on the center of the chest. The wings and rear half of body are spotted with a long, drooping tail. Females look similar to the males, but are  smaller with smaller spurs. Chicks appear much like other guineafowl, but develop light blue coloring underneath in a few weeks.


They are available as male/female pairs at this time.


They are not pinioned but you can request that a wing be clipped.  To do so please call 1-800-456-3280.