On Safari March 2011. Identified most species but a couple of elusive ones remain. Help please
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How about Vieillot's Black Weaver as a possibility?
Wrong colour eyes, males have yellow eyes in all stages bar juvenile when it resembles female. Also, though I would never rule an ID out just on the grounds of rarity or location, VBW is uncommon and quite localised.
Also note the left tibia and a bit of the belly visible appears to be a dark brown.
How about Brown Scrub-Robin (Cercotrichas podobe)?
just the leg colour and possibly the darker eyes unable to gauge the size from the photo. If it was weaver size then ignore this comment.
I think one of the Glossy Starlings is a good call. I would be prepared to favour L. superbus less though as the juveniles reportedly have quite light bills (Starlings and Mynas Helm ID Guides) and of course there is also Shelley’s Starling L. shelleyi though arguably a bit late in the year for this.
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