Wren ID help please

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Subject: Wren ID help please
From: "Sue-Ellen and Ray" <>
Date: Wed, 18 Apr 2012 10:07:34 +1000
Visiting the Gong area over the past week to take advantage of their good birding sites I came across a  wren type which I suspect was a juvenile. At the time i was looking for the southern emu-wren as it had been reported  in the Towradgi coastal heath along the beach. The bird was a grey brown colour, no sign of any filamentous tail feathers but certainly wren in shape and size. What was particularly noticeable were the existence of three small blue dots on each side of the bird’s neck but no other distinguishing colour marks. I wonder whether  any members  would be familiar with these markings and the ID of the bird.
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