Yellow Wagtail

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Subject: Yellow Wagtail
From: Graeme Stevens <>
Date: Sun, 30 Mar 2008 15:04:09 +1000
And three views again this morning 30.3.08, between 7.45 and 9.30 all of a 
single bird along Wagtail Way.
Graeme Stevens
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> 2008 16:50:42 +1100> Subject: [Birding-Aus] Yellow Wagtail> > Gooday birders> 
> > Had good views of the single Yellow Wagtail this afternoon about 3.15pm> at 
> Wagtail Way on Ash Island, near Newcastle NSW. Viewed it through the> 
> spotting scope and could see the grey head, olive back with darker> flight 
> feathers, white eye brow, yellow breast and belly. The bird had a> distinct 
> white chin but the white did not appear to go down onto the> throat as 
> indicated in Pizzey & Knight Ed8. Theo Tasoulis saw it at the> same location 
> yesterday.> > Greg Little > > Greg Little - Principal Consultant> General 
> Flora and Fauna> PO Box 526> Wallsend, NSW, 2287, Australia> Ph 02 49 556609> 
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