|Date:||Wed, 27 Jan 2021 16:31:19 +1100|
I notice that the Australian Bird Guide says that Cicadabirds ‘unlike other Cuckoo-Shrikes does not shuffle its wings on landing’.|
I don’t see Cicadbirds very often but I have definitely seen them shuffling their wings on occasions.
What do other observers think?
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