mystery NE N.S.W Bird

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Subject: mystery NE N.S.W Bird
From: "Alan Morris" <>
Date: Fri, 8 Oct 2004 14:54:15 +1000

If Slate-backed Thornbills occur around Alice Springs and also occur as far
east as Bowna HSD Cunnamulla Qld, for which some discussion has occurred in
the past on Birding-aus, I assume them that they could occur at Tibooburra
in NSW That is, providing they were properly identified and the dark iris
was clearly noted and the birds were not Inland Thornbills. On immature
Inland Thornbills, it is often very hard to see the striations on the
breast. If you are satisfied that your observation was correct, then the NSW
Records Appraisal Committee would be interested in a submission as the
species is not listed for NSW.

Alan Morris.

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