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Common Tailorbird

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Orthotomus sutorius
Nepali Name: दमाई चरा / पातसिउने फिष्टो (Damai Chara/Patsiune Fisto)

Notes:
1. Reacts very strongly to playback.
2. The interesting nest it builds is rather very hard to spot even when you know it is there.

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Scaly-breasted Munia

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Lonchura punctulata
Nepali Name: कोटेरो मुनियाँ (Kotero Munia)

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Baya Weaver

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Ploceus philippinus
Nepali Name: बया तोपचरा (Baya Topchara)

Baya Weaver at Chobhar Kathmandu
Chobhar Bagmati, Kathmandu, Nepal. 1,300m. 25 February 2017. Photo: Ashish Shrestha
Baya Weaver
Srijananagar, Bhaktapur, Nepal. 1,300m. 27 June, 2013. Photo: aB
Baya Weaver
Srijananagar, Bhaktapur, Nepal. 1,300m. 27 June, 2013. Photo: aB
Baya Weaver
Srijananagar, Bhaktapur, Nepal. 1,300m. 27 June, 2013. Photo: aB
Baya Weaver
Srijananagar, Bhaktapur, Nepal. 1,300m. 27 June, 2013. Photo: aB
Baya Weaver at chobhar Kathmandu
Chobhar Bagmati, Kathmandu, Nepal. 1,300m. 25 February 2017. Photo: Ashish Shrestha

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