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|From:||Julie Clark <>|
|Date:||Thu, 26 Apr 2018 07:02:31 +0000|
Seen not far from Yerrabi Pond this afternoon near yellow-rumped thornbills and the male red-capped robin. It appeared to be about the same size as the other birds.
My thought was a young western gerygone, based on size, colour, eye colour etc but it has been suggested to me that it is a reed-warbler.
I don't mind being wrong but I'd like other opinions.
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