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“There are also fynbos endemics such as the orange-breasted sunbird Nectarinia violacea and Protea canary Serinus leucopterus.”
“I wish the story mentioned where the attractive woman had seen the orange-breasted falcon.”
“After all, I might prefer someone who answered "rare relative to what?" than "orange-breasted falcon" whereas Peter Alden see Globe story mentioned above clearly prefers the orange-breasted falcon answer.”
“Nevertheless, the area is considered an Endemic Bird Area by BirdLife International, and is home to a number of true fynbos species such as the Cape sugarbird (Promerops cafer), the orange-breasted sunbird (Nectarinia violacea), the Protea canary (Serinus leucopterus) and the Cape siskin (Serinus totta).”
“(And in case you're wondering like I did, it's pronounced rob, as in the orange-breasted robin.)”
“Asia is home not only to hundreds of rarely seen birds, from the orange-breasted laughingthrush of Vietnam to the newly discovered Togian white-eye of Indonesia, but also to a booming tourism industry.”
“Khegumpa, orange-breasted Trochilus, brown Fringilla, green woodpecker, black pheasant, and small squirrel of Assam was also found.”
“The Jay, larger Brachypodium, which always goes in large flocks, orange-breasted Trochilus and blackbird, were likewise seen, as well as the brown finch, which was seen feeding on Rhododendron minus.”
“You may have an hour's hard work before you sight the orange-breasted Whistler among the tumbled mass of rocks that surround his home, for it is a far-reaching sound, heard half a mile away at times.”
“Mountains towering ahead, orange-breasted ducks swimming in the rapids and our funny guide who loved deliberately hitting rocks, putting the raft in precarious positions so it nearly filled up with water or tipped over.”
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