Mystery Bird - photo

To: Andrew Taylor <>
Subject: Mystery Bird - photo
From: Andrew Ross via Birding-Aus <>
Date: Tue, 12 Jan 2021 23:17:26 +0000

Maybe. Or axanthism: “The opposite of xanthochromism, a deficiency in or complete absence of yellow pigment, is known as axanthism.” But, if so, it must have learned the Rufous call as well.



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A Golden Whistler with xanthochromism ?


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