Asian Pied Starling, Photo: The relative annual abundance of Asian Pied Starling was highest 5. Gracupica contra sordida Ripley, Range: The nest is a large domed structure made of twigs, grass stems, rootlets, palm leaves and artifical material like plastic bags. Information and Species
Younger juveniles could be easily aged by their browner, but unweathered, upperparts, dusky brown cheeks and all-blackish crown Plate 1. In non-breeding season also in bigger flocks of up to 30 birds. Biodiversity staff of H. We have rickshaws taking us around so it saved a lot of footwork. The earliest completion date for juveniles could not be would necessarily be an underestimate in those cases. Common in most of its range. Keep up to date with the Wildscreen newsletter.
Pied starling, Asian pied starling / Invasive Species of Japan
Data from a small number of identifiable still-moulting adult was caught on 9 October day moulting individuals that were retraps of birds ringed earlier were in Figure 1. The relative annual abundance of Asian Pied Starling was highest 5. Handbook of the Birds of the World Alive. It is loosely constructed out of straw into the shape of a dome with an entrance on the side. Studies have nevertheless Myanmar to south China, north-west Laos, Cambodia and established that breeding in tropical environments remains strongly Thailand Dickinson There was then a long tail of birds starting difference in mean starting dates between the two groups was 23 moult up to the last days of August, with a slight suggestion of a days Table 1.
Hitherto treated as conspecific with G. There was then a long tail of birds starting difference in mean starting dates between the two groups was 23 moult up to the last days of August, with a slight suggestion of a days Table 1. Wildscreen Exchange Facebook Twitter. We thank the many persons who have assisted us in ringing birds at Laem Rothery, P. All birds were Adults were recognisable by their white cheeks, usually brighter measured, weighed, aged, examined for moult and marked with orange orbital ring and base to the bill, and more worn flight numbered metal rings supplied by the Department of National feathers.