|Subject:||yet another cuckoo mystery !|
|From:||Thomas Merkling <>|
|Date:||Sat, 27 Dec 2014 22:08:31 +1100|
I went to Jerrabomberra wetlands this evening and saw another cuckoo that I was not able to identify with certainty.
It was about the same size as Magpie-larks. Below are 2 links to digiscopies I took.
My guess is that it's a immature Pallid cuckoo, but any confirmation or other suggestions are welcome.
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