|Subject:||What bird are these?|
|From:||Mark Clayton via Canberrabirds <>|
|Date:||Thu, 30 Sep 2021 09:38:21 +0000|
Good evening Peter,
It is always handy to add where the photos were taken. I assume the bird list is what you have seen.
Your photos are 1 and 2 look like Dusky Woodswallow, 3 and 5 are Red-browed Finch (note they are not part of the "firetail" group as some people tend to call them), 4 and 6 are female Flame Robins. If you are not already a member I suggest that you join
the Canberra Ornithologists Group as they hold regular field outings - covid willing.
You will fin bird watching can be a very rewarding, but at times, frustrating, activity
On 30/09/2021 5:47 pm, peter smith via Canberrabirds wrote:
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