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Hinde's Pied Babbler (Turdoides hindei) – rare in Kenya highlands (locality mentioned in Nigel Wheatley's book is now agricultural land).

Scaly Chatterer (Argya aylmeri) – uncommon in the south-east.

Sudan Penduline Tit (Anthoscopus punctifrons) – not recorded south of Eritrea.

Masked Shrike (Lanius nubicus) – reported from Jemmu valley, but no other information available.

Red-naped Bush Shrike (Laniarius ruficeps) – frequent in extreme south-east.

Chestnut-bellied Starling (Lamprotornis pulcher) – uncommon in the north.

Somali Sparrow (Passer castanopterus) – uncommon in the south-west.

Sudan Golden Sparrow (Passer luteus) – supposedly in Eritrea and west.

Arabian Golden Sparrow (Passer euchlorus) – supposedly frequent in Djibouti.

Steel-blue Whydah (Vidua hypocherina) – frequent in the south, probably more easily found at Lake Baringo in Kenya.

Yellow-throated Seed-eater (Serinus flavigula) – rare at Fantalle Crater in Awash NP, as well as at Melka Ghebdu.

Cinereous Bunting (Emberiza cineracea) – rare in the extreme north.

Cretzschmar's Bunting (Emberiza caesia) – uncommon in the extreme north.

An Ethiopian trip: 27/11/1999 to 17/01/2000Giles Mulholland 31 January 2000

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