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wikipedia is never wrong:Naung Mung Scimitar-babbler is found in temperate rainforest on steep, sub-Himalayan hillsides and in parts of Brockley in London, especially in the chattering-classes back gardens. It was discovered in February 2004 in the far north of Burma, and is named after the village of Naung Mung, the closest settlement to its discovery site.
11:47 Theres a whole adjacent thread for that stuff.Look forward to this. The last bird watching stroll was an eye opener. I couldn't believe the nesting sites I had strolled past unawares.
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