Endemic Birds: Burmese Prinia -MAXIMUM CARD

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MiNo. 548A MC(II) Myanmar
Opr. (5x10); A = perf. K 14 1/4:14; B = imperforated
Maximum Card, date of issue: 04/05/2023
Picture descriptions:
mt) Burmese Prinia (Prinia cooki)
548 A  200 K multicolored mt
Quantity MC(II): 100 pieces
Designer: Ahmonoo
Printer: Security Printing Works (SPW), Rangoon

Conservation Status:
Here as a MAXIMUM CARD (Version II) with perforated Single Stamp and first day special postmark
Issue Notice:
  • A dull and poorly marked prinia with a strong bill and a long, graduated tail.
  • Light brown above with faint dark streaking. Pale below, sometimes with some dark smudging along the sides of the breast.
  • In some areas, breeding males become darker on the face and the bill becomes black.
  • Found at low and moderate elevations in open dry forest, shrubby grasslands, and forest or agricultural edges. Can be retiring and difficult to see in dense vegetation.
  • Sings two different song types: a dry rolling trill and a repeated two-syllabled "tulip."
  • Separated from most other prinias by its plainness and lack of contrasting head markings. Most similar to Himalayan Prinia, but there is little or no overlap in range, and Burmese Prinia is distinguished by having less streaking overall, especially along the sides of the breast.

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