Sturnini

Asian Pied Starling

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Gracupica contra
Nepali Name:

Asian Pied Starling
Jagadishpur Reservoir, Kapilvastu, Nepal. 110 m. 4 February, 2017. Photo: Ashish Shrestha.

Chestnut-tailed Starling

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Sturnia malabarica
Nepali Name: फुस्रोटाउके सारौं Fusrotauke Sarau

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Common Mynah

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Acridotheres tristis
Nepali Name: डाङ्ग्रे रुपी (Dangre Rupi)

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Brahminy Starling

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Sturnia pagodarum
Nepali Name: जुरे सारौं (Jure Saarau)

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Jungle Mynah

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Nepali name: बन रुपी (Ban Rupi)

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