Thank you so much for posting this. I saw the same birds a couple weeks ago with the Munias in the exact same spot. Could not figure out what they were. Didn'tmarcypu
Tuesday at HCP (east side) there was one male Pin-tailed Whydah, an Orange-cheeked Waxbill, and what I perceived were 10 female and/or juvenile Northern Rednicholsand
I forgot that I still had Steve Smith's photograph of Ruddy Turnstone H47. It was taken about a week before Tom Benson's post. I have now posted it in theborodayko2000
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