|To:||"Robert Inglis" <>|
|Subject:||Cuckoo expert required|
|From:||Andy Burton's Bush Tours <>|
|Date:||Mon, 18 Sep 2000 08:38:35 +1100|
looks like a Shining Bronze-cuckoo to me.
Are there any cuckoo experts out there?
Actually an expert on cuckoos would be better.
On 15/9/2000 I observed a bronze-cuckoo in a callistermon tree in my backyard.
I was able to get a reasonably good look at the bird and also obtained a video clip with my new you-beaut camcorder.
But even with all of that I am not one hundred percent sure of my identification.
I believe it was probably an immature Shining Bronze-Cuckoo, Chrysococcyx lucidus lucidus.
None of the illustrations in my field guides or even HANZAB match the bird I observed.
However, the description of Shining Bronze-Cuckoo in HANZAB suggests to me that I was looking at Chrysococcyx lucidus lucidus .
I have placed a couple of images of the cuckoo on a page on my website for general consumption.
If there are any experts on cuckoos willing to comment on the images or my identification I would be happy to hear from them (by email please).
Andy Burton's Bush Tours
12/8 Cambridge St,
Ph 61 2 9954 0893
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