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Birds of Singapore
shore and coastal birds

Oriental pied-hornbill
Anthracoceros albirostris

Red junglefowl
Gallus gallus
About 70cm. Large, long bill, black-and-white plumage. Coastal forest at Pulau Ubin and Changi. Commonly seen. Colourful male (about 80cm) with white ear patches and a white puff at base of tail. Drab female (about 40cm) dull brown streaky plumage with white ear patches. Their feet lead-grey. Commonly seen at Pulau Ubin and some coastal parks.      

in red are those listed among the threatened animals of Singapore from Davison, G.W. H. and P. K. L. Ng and Ho Hua Chew, 2008. The Singapore Red Data Book: Threatened plants and animals of Singapore.
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