query: Triller or Songlark

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Subject: query: Triller or Songlark
From: Filipio Gwynne <>
Date: Tue, 9 Feb 2016 22:46:27 +0000
I am wondering if people have a view as to which of the following two birds is more likely to appear as a solitary individual in a Canberra backyard (foraging in a dense clump of raspberry canes) around this time of year (i.e. early February): a (female) White-winged Triller or a Rufous Songlark.

Realizing that both these summer migrants are somewhat uncommon,  and most frequently seen in woodland.
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