What they look like
Relatively large in size, the blue-bellied roller has a light brown head, neck and breast, with a dark green back, while the rest of its plumage is mainly a rich blue in colour.
Blue-bellied rollers often turn up at forest fires to feast on fleeing and scorched insects.
What they eat
Insects and smaller lizards.
Woodlands including forest edges and savannah.
Where they live
Western Africa - Senegal and Gambia to Sudan.