|Common Name||Rüppell's Bustard|
|Range||southwestern Africa in Angola and Namibia.|
The Rüppell's korhaan or Rüppell's bustard (Eupodotis rueppellii), is a species of bustard in the Otididae family. It is native to southwestern Africa in Angola and Namibia, occurring in semi-desert habitats.
It is a small bustard, only 60 cm long. The head and neck are grey, with black stripes down the throat (less marked in females), through the eye, and on the sides of the neck, and white cheeks. The body is sandy brown above, and white below. The legs are sandy yellow-brown.
Rüppell's korhaan is named in honor of Eduard Rüppell, a 19th-century German explorer, collector, and zoologist.