Wagtail chick

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Subject: Wagtail chick
From: "Kevin and Gwenyth Bray" <>
Date: Fri, 3 Jan 2014 20:19:06 +1100
Is this a wagtail chick?  It is in a nest on a farm near Bredbo, where three eggs had been laid.  Now there is only one chick and it looked very big for its stage of development, so I was wondering if it might be a pallid cuckoo chick.
Can anyone enlighten me?  Our friends are away for a few days, but I have asked them to keep their eyes on its growth after they return.
Gwenyth Bray

02 6251 2087
0406 376 878 (mobile Kevin)
0409 584 342 (mobile Gwenyth)


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