Help with identification

Subject: Help with identification
From: "Tim Shawcross" <>
Date: Wed, 02 Feb 2005 01:02:01 +0000
Thanks for all the suggestions,

it seems that the majority think it is a juv grey fantail. It certainly looks like one. The only problem I have is the adult bird, of which I only have one picture:

does not look like a grey fantail at all.

I'm wondering if there is any other possibility besides juv grey fantail? I'm also curious about the beak colour - both have redish beaks, I'm not sure if that is significant or not.


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