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16<span style="color:#FFFFFF;font-size:3px;">The adult white-eyed river martin is a medium-sized swallow, with mainly glossy greenish-black plumage, a white rump, and a tail which has two elongated slender central tail feathers, each widening to a racket-shape at the tip. It has a white eye ring and a broad, bright greenish-yellow bill. The sexes are similar in appearance, but the juvenile lacks the tail ornaments and is generally browner than the adult. Little is known of the behaviour or breeding habitat of this martin, although like other swallows it feeds on insects caught in flight, and its wide bill suggests that it may take relatively large species. It roosts in reed beds in winter, and may nest in river sandbanks, probably in April or May before the summer rains. It may have been overlooked prior to its discovery because it tended to feed at dawn or dusk rather than during the day. The martin&#39;s apparent demise may have been hastened by trapping, loss of habitat and the cons
17 truction of dams. The winter swallow roosts at the only known location of this martin have greatly reduced in numbers, and birds using river habitats for breeding have declined throughout the region. The white-eyed river martin is one of only two birds endemic to Thailand, and the country&#39;s government has noted this through the issues of a stamp and a high-value commem</span><br />
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34<span style="color:#FFFFFF;font-size:3px;">hite-eyed river martin From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search White-eyed river martin PseudochelidonSirintarae.svg Conservation status Critically Endangered (IUCN 3.1) Scientific classificationedit Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Aves Order: Passeriformes Family: Hirundinidae Genus: Pseudochelidon Species: P. sirintarae Binomial name Pseudochelidon sirintarae Thonglongya, 1968 Holotype from Bung Boraphet, Amphoe Mueang, Nakhon Sawan Province, Thailand Pseudochelidon sirintarae map.png Spot shows former wintering location within Thailand; the breeding range is unknown Synonyms Eurochelidon sirintarae (Thonglongya, 1968) The white-eyed river martin (Pseudochelidon sirintarae) is a passerine bird, one of only two members of the river martin subfamily of the swallows. Since it has significant differences from its closest relative, the African river martin, it is sometimes placed in its own genus, Euroche
35 lidon. First found in 1968, it is known only from a single wintering site in Thailand, and may be extinct, since it has not been seen since 1980 despite targeted surveys in Thailand and neighbouring Cambodia. It may possibly still breed in China or Southeast Asia, but a Chinese painting initially thought to depict this species was later reassessed as showing pratincoles.</span></div>
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