immature Rose Robin

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Subject: immature Rose Robin
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Date: Sun, 11 Sep 2016 22:13:45 +0000
The Friends of Mulligans Flat Spring Walk was led by COG members John Brannan and Bill Graham.on Sun 11. Two groups covered different areas and a total of 41 species was recorded. The highlights were 8 Golden Whistlers, 4 White throated Greygones and 3 Rose Robins ( 2 females and an immature with  a pale pink wash on the throat.)  Julie Clark's photo shows this. Are there photos showing the plumage changes from immature to mature male? A mixed feeding flock occurred at the dam closest to the sheds and it was possible to get good observations of the robins close up.

Bill Graham

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