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Which sunbird? Kigali, Rwanda

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Old Thursday 2nd August 2018, 04:33   #1
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Which sunbird? Kigali, Rwanda

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I think this has to be a Bronze Sunbird that has dropped its long tail feathers and is re-growing them. I can't see what else the head and body pattern could fit.
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I think this has to be a Bronze Sunbird that has dropped its long tail feathers and is re-growing them. I can't see what else the head and body pattern could fit.
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