Re: birding-aus New Species in NSW

To: "Ian Clayton" <>
Subject: Re: birding-aus New Species in NSW
From: Tony Russell <>
Date: Sat, 21 Aug 1999 13:00:55 +0900

Hi Ian, 
Pizzey's old book shows Golden Bronze-cuckoo, Broad-billed Cuckoo, and
Green Back as alternate names for the Shining Bronze-cuckoo ( Chrysococcyx
lucidus).   See P 198, item 370  
Otherwise I'd have been over there by now.

Cheers Tony
ps working on your triplists.

At 01:18  4/07/99 +1000, you wrote:
>    Do we have a new species of cuckoo down in the  southern states (Golden
>Bronze-Cuckoo), if so why not a little more  excitement. Or is gust a case
>of incorrect name use?   Regards
>Ian Clayton
>&  Bush Tours
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>trees, as they watch for birds.   Gore Vidal   

Tony Russell,
Adelaide, South Australia
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