another bird identification request

To: "Tim Shawcross" <>, <>
Subject: another bird identification request
From: "Mules, Michael" <>
Date: Fri, 25 Feb 2005 07:57:05 +1100
Hi Tim, here are my guesses (from some very nice photos, incidentally)

1. Satin Flycatcher

2. Juvenile robin, most likely Flame or Scarlet

3. Large-billed Scrubwren (very nice)

4. Either Sparrowhawk or Goshawk, I have difficulty telling without
size/motion to help

5. Juvenile Fan-tailed Cuckoo.  I'm going for fantail on the basis of
the eyering being yellowish in colour (as opposed to much greyer in juv.
Brush).  Juveniles of both species have barring on the front - see
Morecombe for good pictures of this

6. Olive-backed Oriole

Hope that helped,

Cheers, Mike

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