more identification requests.

Subject: more identification requests.
From: "Michael Ramsey" <>
Date: Tue, 03 May 2005 12:36:57 +1000

Hi Tim and all,

After looking at the first two shots of the raptor again the first one is a Whistling Kite as others have suggested. The gaps between the primaries in the wings would not be seen on a Black-shouldered Kite. The last two are Striated Thornbills, striations can be seen on their crowns.


Michael Ramsey.

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