Re: Bird ID Help!!!!

To: birding-aus <>
Subject: Re: Bird ID Help!!!!
From: Nathan <>
Date: Sun, 12 Sep 2010 09:29:17 +1000
Sorry I forgot to mention that I have edited these pictures, the unedited
ones are here: \

Or you can see them all, and some discussion here:


On Sat, Sep 11, 2010 at 10:54 PM, Nathan <> wrote:

> Hey everyone, I just can't seem to get this one, taken on my way to the
> Capertee, I think just at the start of Bells Line of Road, it was about 3m
> up, but further up before and feeding with Striated Pardalotes. I saw
> something fly out of the tree after and it flew like a honeyeater, but it
> may not have been the same bird. I have also attached another two photo's
> which show the possible outline (as that's what was mainly confusing me).
> The head in the first photo looks quite robinlike, but it has a line on it's
> breast and a (possible) forked tail. The second photo looks somewhat like a
> Painted Honeyeater, but painted's don't have a forked tail, and location is
> wrong... I'm utterly Stumped!
> First Pic:
> First Pic + Outline:
> Second Pic:
> Second Pic + Outline:
> Thanks!
> ~Nathan!

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