Little Wattlebird

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Subject: Little Wattlebird
From: Ian McFarlane <>
Date: Wed, 26 Dec 2001 14:11:56 +1100
Hi all from Tassie,

A new family of Little Wattlebirds have taken up residence in our garden
on the NW Tasmanian coast.  However the Adults of this family (not the
juveniles)  have a distinctive tawny cap similar to that of the Tawny
crowned honeyeater.    They are the same size and the colourings appear
to be same in all respects as our normal Little Wattlebirds.  Does
anybody know if this feature has been observed before?



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