I meant to add that the areas concerned seem so small that I imagine that if
there is some cloning then it would mostly likely have been done for cosmetic
reasons, possibly in the production of the magazine.
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> On 11 Oct 2013, at 7:03 pm, "Peter Shute" <> wrote:
> I've been reading the thread. They're discussing the cover photo of
> September's Australian Birdlife. Looking at the cover, I can see what they're
> talking about - a set of three adjacent feathers repeated three times on its
> back, another similar pair of feathers on its "shoulder".
> They do look very similar, but I'd like to see them overlaid on each other
> before I believe they really are the same.
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>> On 11 Oct 2013, at 6:42 pm, "robert morris" <>
>> I attended John Young's presentation on Night Parrots in Brisbane which was
>> amazing to see. It seemed indisputable and I walked away having witnessed a
>> part of birding history.
>> However, I have just been alerted by UK birding friends to discussions
>> taking place on Birdforum in the UK where there are claiming parts of the
>> photos are cloned and they are casting huge doubts over the record.
>> Some of it can be found here:
>> http://www.birdforum.net/showthread.php?t=268579 but you have to join bird
>> forum to see the the entire thread with all the photo analysis.
>> Does anyone know anything about this? Is anyone following the thread and has
>> anyone else looked at this or commented on it?
>> I'm not trying to caste aversions or dispute John's record but people should
>> be aware that the record is being questioned by other birding communities.
>> It would be great if someone could set them straight......
>> Rob Morris
>> Brisbane, Australia
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