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Subject: Catbird
From: "Duncan Fraser" <>
Date: Thu, 7 Sep 2000 14:07:06 +1000
Yes, I  saw the reference to Green Catbird, and also Brown Honeyeater, and
was waiting to see what listers made of them.   Birds are highly mobile
creatures, but these two seem  to be well out of their normal range, and
would be great sightings if correct. There are similar birds   which could
be confused with the former under less than ideal conditions, Satin
Bowerbird and female Scarlet Honeyeater for example. Perhaps Paul could give
us a bit more on his sightings. D Fraser.

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