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Slender-billed Starlings

 

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Starlings

 

The Slender-billed Starlings (Onychognathus tenuirostris) – also commonly known as Slender-billed Chestnut-winged Starlings or Slender-billed Red-winged Starlings – occur naturally in Africa, specifically from extreme south-central Eritrea south to central and southern Ethiopia; eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, southwestern Uganda, Rwanda and Burundi; west and central Kenya, northeastern and southern Tanzania and northeastern Zambia and northern Malawi.

 

Alternate (Global) Names

Chinese: ?????? … Czech: Špacek tenkozobý, špa?ek tenkozobý … Danish: Tyndnæbbet Sortstær … Dutch: Kaneelvleugelspreeuw … Finnish: Etanarakkeli, hentorakkeli … French: Étourneau à bec fin, Rufipenne à bec fin, Sansonnet cannelle … German: Zimtflügelstar … Italian: Storno beccofine, Storno beccosottile … Japanese: hashibosoterimuku … Norwegian: Smalnebbstær … Polish: czarnotek cienkodzioby … Russian: ??????????? ????????????? ??????? … Slovak: liskavec tenkozobý … Spanish: Estornino de Pico Agudo, Estornino Picofino … Swedish: Smalnäbbad glansstare … Swahili: Kizole Domo-jembamba

 

Additional Resources

Species Research by Sibylle Johnson


 

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Gordon Ramel

Gordon is an ecologist with two degrees from Exeter University. He's also a teacher, a poet and the owner of 1,152 books. Oh - and he wrote this website.

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