|Subject:||Re: Grey Butcherbird|
|Date:||Thu, 12 Dec 2002 12:45:50 +1100|
I recently saw my first grey butcher bird in the Flinders Ranges, and my first impression was that it was a kingfisher of some kind.
Everything about it from the shape of its bill, to the way it sat, and the happy gleam in its eye told me that it was a kingfisher, until i got it ID'd.
Does anyone know if the Grey Butcherbird has any close genetic relationship with any of the Kingfisher family?
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