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Help!!! Again Please!!

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Help!!! Again Please!!
Writhedhornbill, 9 Jun 2007
    • Writhedhornbill
      There is more info on the thread in the Genral forum.
    • ZYBen
      I think its an australian drongo
    • ZYBen
      and its not a metallic starling they are tiny
    • roynie
      The bill is way too thick and the head- and tail-shape are wrong for Spangled Drongo (the only Australian drongo). In fact, to me it doesn't look like any species of drongo, but it does looks like a Metallic Starling. That's also supported by the background which looks like part of the communal nest this species make. For comparison, Glossy-mantled Manucode have a broader tail, a more thickset body and a proportionally smaller head. Metallic Starlings are larger than European Starlings and not much smaller than the Spangled Drongo, so I wouldn't call them 'tiny'.
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