thrush sighting

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Subject: thrush sighting
From: "pmacnicol" <>
Date: Thu, 15 Mar 2007 21:39:04 +1100
About a month ago when I was in a dense part of my native garden (Curtin) a
bird flew up from under a bush, perched briefly on the fence then flew off
rapidly. I'm sure it was a thrush, but I did not get a good view of the
patterning on its breast. Since I'm relatively new to birding I thought I'd
ask more experienced birders whether the Bassian thrush is ever seen in
Canberra gardens, since according to my Pizzey&Knight neither the Song
Thrush nor the Russet-Tailed Thrush seems to include ACT in its

Cheers,  Peter.

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