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    Question Birds clustered in one area, what are they?

    Yesterday 7 PM walking by 449 Clementi Central, and saw thousnads
    of little birds clustered on a few trees they flew arround and sang ane
    made such noise as if I was in the parrot cage in JBP. They are of 15cm
    long small birds. What are they?

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    next time bring your camera and shoot them!

    my gues...they are light green in colour with a black ring pattern on the neck?
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    It was dark I couldn't see their features.

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    Probably mynahs. Bloody pooping rats they are.

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    your first time in clementi at that time? it's common, don't worry..
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    Quote Originally Posted by dRebelXT
    Yesterday 7 PM walking by 449 Clementi Central, and saw thousnads
    of little birds clustered on a few trees they flew arround and sang ane
    made such noise as if I was in the parrot cage in JBP. They are of 15cm
    long small birds. What are they?
    it's the same bird you can found at same hour along orchard road, in front of Sommerset MRT exit/entrance.
    Beware, wear helmet or they will **** on your head

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    Don't they present some opportinity for photography?

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    Quote Originally Posted by popeye
    it's the same bird you can found at same hour along orchard road, in front of Sommerset MRT exit/entrance.
    Beware, wear helmet or they will **** on your head
    and also at Tuas (2nd Link to Johore) the huge roof on top of the Immigration counters especially in the evening.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dRebelXT
    Don't they present some opportinity for photography?
    Well that's the problem. They are so common that people just ignore them like pigeons and crows. Bird photographers wants more exotic birds.

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    last time near to somerset MRT, those big trees a lot of birds, making so much noise.

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