RE: Bird ID - Wangaratta

To: "'Koren Mitchell'" <>
Subject: RE: Bird ID - Wangaratta
From: "Conole, Lawrie" <>
Date: Thu, 21 May 1998 15:43:11 +1000
Yellow Thornbill probably ........

> ----------
> From:         Koren Mitchell[SMTP:
> Sent:         Thursday, 21 May 1998 3:11 PM
> To:   
> Subject:      Bird ID - Wangaratta
> Hi folks,
> I was in Wangaratta (northern Victoria) last Sunday to perform in a
> choir
> concert. As we were waiting outside the church in the beautiful
> sunshine,
> of course I was watching the local bird life. Besides a few yellow
> rosellas, I saw a few of something else which I wasn't able to ID. Not
> having my binocs with me, I didn't get a very good view, but they were
> about thornbill-sized, and quite yellow on the front. Their call (from
> memory - I'm not too good at calls) was a regular sound, something
> like the
> noise made by an agitated budgie but not so harsh. Any ideas?
> Cheers,
> Koren
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