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White-cheeked starling (Spodiopsar cineraceus) in Choussy, France.

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White-cheeked starling (Spodiopsar cineraceus) in Choussy, France.

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Gray hypocolius (Hypocolius ampelinus) from the private collection in Choussy, France

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Blue whistling-thrush (Myophonus caeruleus) in Choussy, France.

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Doherty`s thrush or chestnut-backed thrush (Geokichla dohertyi) in Choussy, France.

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Lilian’s or Nyasa lovebird ( Agapornis lilianae ) in Choussy, France.

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Bare-faced go-away-bird (Corythaixoides personatus leopoldi) in Choussy, France.

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Bare-faced go-away-bird (Corythaixoides personatus leopoldi) in Choussy, France.

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Bare-faced go-away-bird (Corythaixoides personatus leopoldi) in Choussy, France.

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Bare-faced go-away-bird (Corythaixoides personatus leopoldi) in Choussy, France.

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Magpie mannikin or magpie munia (Lonchura fringilloides) in Choussy, France.

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Magpie mannikin or magpie munia (Lonchura fringilloides) in Choussy, France.

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White-headed munia (Lonchura maja) in Choussy, France.

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White-headed munia (Lonchura maja) in Choussy, France.

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Black-headed munia (Lonchura atricapilla) in Choussy, France.

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Black-headed munia (Lonchura atricapilla) in Choussy, France.

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White-headed munia (Lonchura maja) in Choussy, France.

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Red avadavat, red munia or strawberry finch (Amandava amandava) in Choussy, France.

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Red avadavat, red munia or strawberry finch (Amandava amandava) in Choussy, France.

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White-collared or diadem yuhina ( Yuhina diademata ) in Choussy, France.

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White-collared or diadem yuhina ( Yuhina diademata ) in Choussy, France.

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Patagonian sierra finch (Phrygilus patagonicus) in Choussy, France.

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Patagonian sierra finch (Phrygilus patagonicus) in Choussy, France.

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Patagonian sierra finch (Phrygilus patagonicus) in Choussy, France.

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Black-throated canary (Crithagra atrogularis), also known as the yellow-rumped seedeater in Choussy, France.

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Black-throated canary (Crithagra atrogularis), also known as the yellow-rumped seedeater in Choussy, France.

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Eurasian stone curlew or Eurasian thick-knee (Burhinus oedicnemus) in Choussy, France.

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Eurasian stone curlew or Eurasian thick-knee (Burhinus oedicnemus) in Choussy, France.

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Eurasian stone curlew or Eurasian thick-knee (Burhinus oedicnemus) in Choussy, France.

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Papuan hornbill (Rhyticeros plicatus mendanae) from the Soloman Islands. Photographed in Choussy, France.

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Papuan hornbill (Rhyticeros plicatus mendanae) from the Soloman Islands. Photographed in Choussy, France.

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Golden-headed quetzal (Pharomachrus auriceps) in Choussy, France.

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Golden-headed quetzal (Pharomachrus auriceps) in Choussy, France.

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Red-billed quelea (Quelea quelea) in Choussy, France.
Found in sub-Saharan Africa, this species is thought to be the most populous wild bird on Earth. Breeding populations have been estimates at a minimum of 1.5 billion breeding pairs, all the way up to 10 billion individual birds.

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