|Subject:||White headed fairy-wren|
|From:||Ann Eldridge via Canberrabirds <>|
|Date:||Mon, 18 Apr 2022 02:57:14 +0000|
I was in Harden over the weekend & saw these little wrens amongs quite a big flock, only saw one blue bird.
I have not seen this before, are they just males not in breeding plumage? There was a few of them amongst the females.
I did look in my books & could not find any mention of this.
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