|To:||Lorne Johnson <>|
|From:||Barbara Jones <>|
|Date:||Wed, 04 May 2005 09:11:36 +1000|
Responding to Lorne Johnson's question re authenticity:
It is definitely a wagtail and we believe a White Wagtail but rather than be crucified on birding-aus we erred on caution.
It is very 'flitty' as it flits around after the ready food supply, presumably hoppers.
Obviously photographic proof would be nice but that was not possible yesterday and we preferred to let you all know asap.
Lorne Johnson wrote:
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