Brief trip report - UK, France, Spain

To: birding aus <>
Subject: Brief trip report - UK, France, Spain
From: Russell Woodford <>
Date: Mon, 17 Jun 2002 09:36:01 +1000
According to my Singapore f guide the only Munia with a white rump is
White-rumped Munia.  Trouble is, they are fairly scarce on the island.
Victor Yue or others may be able to shed more light on this  - perhaps it's
a juvenile of one of the other species, or something more exotic on the run
from a caged life?

Russell Woodford

On 16/6/02 4:43 PM, "Lawrie Conole" <> wrote:

> PS:  Any clues on what a small, mostly
> dark but white-rumped Munia might be in Singapore?  I got a brief view of such
> a bird on grass outside the terminal, but not much clue what it was ...... I
> blame jetlag!!

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