White headed Munia
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|Name: White head nun|
Order: Passeriformes - sparrow birds
Subordination: Passeres - singing birds
Family: Estrildidae - splendour finches
Kind: Munia - nuns
Subspecies: Munia maja vietnamensis;
Spreading: Bali, Java, Sumatra and Malaysian peninsula up to the extreme south of Thailand.
Description: Size approx. 11 cm. Back, wing, chest and ventral sides kastanienbraun. Bürzel, upper tail covers and seams of the dark-brown tail feathers/springs yellowish red-brown. Unterschwanzdecken and belly center black. Bill bluish gray, eyes and eyelid rings black, feet slate-grey. Females have more grey-white to yellowish white head plumage and are generally somewhat pale and more matte in the colors.
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- [2006-11-01 5:33]
Superbe cet oiseau,les couleurs et l,exposition sont extras.
- [2006-11-01 5:36]
Looks like a ghost with this unusual colors. Very interesting species and nice, sharp capture.
Very nice shot of this singing bird. Perfect details and great note. Thanks.