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Former Philippines National Bird, Black-headed Munia Black-headed munia is the next in line of smallest birds in the world with a length of 11 cm. These are also called as chestnut munia.

Those shining wings, olive-black head, and a sharp upside down crescent beak signify that this is a Metallic Winged Sunbird. They fly from flower to flower looking for nectar to feed on. It can only be found in the Philippines and no where else in the world. Photo by Kdon Galay. Explore with us and become a member! http://www.haribon.org.ph/index.php/working-with-people/membership

Those shining wings, olive-black head, and a sharp upside down crescent beak signify that this is a Metallic Winged Sunbird. They fly from flower to flower looking for nectar to feed on. It can only be found in the Philippines and no where else in the world. Photo by Kdon Galay. Explore with us and become a member! http://www.haribon.org.ph/index.php/working-with-people/membership

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Black Headed Munia, Chestnut Munia, found in India, Southeast Asia and China

Indigo-banded Kingfisher. Photo by Romy Ocon Tiaong, Quezon Province, Philippines, November 2005

Photo by Romy Ocon Tiaong, Quezon Province, Philippines, November 2005

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Gouldian finch (also known as the Lady Gouldian finch, Gould's finch or the rainbow finch, a colourful passerine bird endemic to Australia)

Black-naped Fruit Dove (Ptilinopus melanospilus) - photo by Peter van Zoest;  It is also known as the Black-headed Fruit Dove.  It is a medium-sized bird (up to 9.5 inches long) with yellowish bill and iris. The male has a pale grey head with black nape, yellow throat, and golden yellow and pink undertail coverts. It is found in Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines.

This photo from the TrekNature travel gallery is titled 'Black-naped Fruit-dove Photo'.

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