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Old Oct 11, 2006, 4:27 AM   #1
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The woodpecker
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The mynah
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The imperial pigeon
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Old Oct 11, 2006, 8:17 PM   #4
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You have some brightly colored birds to photograph. Especially the Woodpecker...at least compared to what I am accustomed to seeing.

The second pair are beautiful. I thought though, that in your previous post you identified the Mynah as a black bird?

Regarding that post, I thought the first unamed bird is very pretty, with the blue eyes.
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The black one you mentioned that appears in another postingis a yellow-faced mynah while the pair in white in this posting are the Bali mynah. Bali Mynah likes singing very much while the black one can imitate human speech pretty well, for example, saying 'hellow', 'how do you do?' and'welcome'.

The common names of birds are difficult to interpret and remember while the scientific names too complicated to decipher and pick up, like those of the flower. I am new to birding and perhaps, I need a guide book and had better try more shooting and learn more of their names through shooting them.
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Stunning birds. I live in Canada and I've never seen any of those particular birds. Beautiful colours. Great pictures.
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Old Oct 12, 2006, 12:13 AM   #7
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They are birds in the park and are from the south-east Asian countries.
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