Thornbill's R Trcky

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Subject: Thornbill's R Trcky
From: Chris Shaw <>
Date: Wed, 26 Aug 2020 09:51:16 +0930
Down Under some of the Thornbill's are a bother as are their cousins the Jerry Gone's because they are small, hide in things, flit about without any consideration for people watching them and are similar looking (the birds not the people). I have a Buff-rumped Thornbill that I know because it had just been captured in a mist net and was about to be measured etc., and a few others you may wish to guess for me…

… and the bird bander told me it was a Buff-rumped Thornbill… perhaps!

Chris Shaw
+61 409 675912

Experts possess more data than judgment.
COLIN POWELL, attributed, Doing Business in the New Latin America

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