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Subject: Scrubtit
From: "Dick Jenkin" <>
Date: Sun, 25 Jan 2015 09:31:40 +1100
Hi all


Thank you all, for your responses to my rfi for birds of the night in
Tasmania. I have a few locations to try, mostly the birds have been heard
but not seen, luck of the draw.


I have been to Tassie several times before , mostly pelagics, so limited
bush bird hunting. There is nothing new for me to see , just hoping to get
some good photos, particularly of the endemics.


When studying up on my Thornbill,  Scrubwren, Scrubtit identifying features,
I noticed that all my texts do not show Scrubtit with a prominent white tip
to the tail but the New Slater does. I am presuming Slater is the odd one
out ?




Dick Jenkin


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