Black-faced Waxbill

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photo Black-lored Waxbill Alternate name
Estrilda nigriloris Scientific name
Passeriformes. Order
Estrildidae Family
11 cm Length
Tropical lowland, dry grassland, often near freshwater:- lakes, rivers, streams, creeks etc. Endemic to Democratic Republic of the Congo. Habitat-Altitude-Range
Clutch
Seeds & insects Food  
  Habits
8611 TSN: 179610 World Number
DD but almost certainly threatened. Status

Photo by Tude e JoăoNo January 7, 2011 © all rights reserved

Slideshow courtesy The Friends Of Worldbirds © all rights reserved

If you have sound recording of the Black-lored Waxbill please send it to xeno-canto. 

Czech:
astrild vlnkovaný
German:
Wellenastrild
Danish:
Helenaastrild
Spanish:
Pico de Coral
Finnish:
vahanokka
French:
Astrild ondulé
Icelandic:
Fagurstrildi
Italian:
Astrilde comune
Japanese:
onagakaedechou
Japanese:
オナガカエデチョウ
Dutch:
Sint-helenafazantje
Norwegian:
Vatreastrild
Polish:
astryld falisty
Portuguese:
Bico-de-lacre
Portuguese (Brazil):
Bico-de-lacre
Slovak:
astrilda vlnkovaná
Swedish:
Helenaastrild
Chinese:
梅花雀


 

By Jerry Oldenettel April 14, 2011 © all rights reserved

 

   
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