White-winged (Babbling) Starling
Neocichla gutturalis
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The white-winged starling is a gregarious bird, easy to find because of its constant babbling. Small flocks occur in central and western Tanzania, see maps. The upper four photos were taken at the Sipa River (7-20); the next four, in the Itulu Hills FR (2-11), courtesy of Jason Anderson. The bottom bird was seen near Rungwa (7-16), courtesy of Per Holmen.
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Jason Anderson, Per Holmen

Last Update this page: 10-16-22