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Name a Bird You've Seen 2 (2 Viewers)

Jeff Hopkins

Just another...observer
United States
Thanks but my 'Birds of Thailand' guide book shows it as a 'White-Vented Myna' and has know reference to a Great Myna anywhere but apologies if my source was incorrect.
HI Trevor,

On the Cornell/Clements checklist, the name was changed in 2011. Other checklists were already using Great Myna at the time. Here's the Avibase entry online.
 

Larry Sweetland

Formerly 'Larry Wheatland'
Thanks but my 'Birds of Thailand' guide book shows it as a 'White-Vented Myna' and has know reference to a Great Myna anywhere but apologies if my source was incorrect.
I still call it White-vented Myna too, if it's any consolation. I think most lists call it Great Myna these days. Loads of birds have more than one name, which makes this game a bit of a challenge sometimes!
 

Jacana

Will Jones
Hungary
Sorry, been travelling today, so not hatch chance to update.

Numbering is slightly off due to a few duplicates (Brown-capped Weaver, Grey-throated Leaftosser)

Next number to play is 8183
 

Jeff Hopkins

Just another...observer
United States
Your issue there is the missing hyphen.

I recommend having a look through the reverse list (the second sheet) to see what's left. I'll tell you that there is basically nothing left (outside of Hawaii) that's a US regular.
There's a couple: Slate-colored Fox Sparrow and Townsend's Storm Petrel (Which is regular in Southern Calif.)
 

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