Red-capped Robin (female)

To: "birding-aus, birding-aus" <>
Subject: Red-capped Robin (female)
From: Atriplex Services <>
Date: Wed, 11 Apr 2001 12:51:18 +0930

John Clifton-Everest wrote:

>  (most interesting of all for us) a single female Red-Capped
> Robin, which presented us with excellent views of its boldly rufous
> forehead.

I saw one too, just yesterday, on Fiddlers Green (home, at Morgan, SA). When
I went to check its ID in Simpson and Day I was disapointed to see what a
pale imitation of the real thing was the illustration of the vibrant
coloured forehead.
Anne Green
Atriplex Services: "Working With Nature" Environmental Consultants,
Growers of native Australian plants, educators.
Visit our Native Plant Nursery at "Fiddlers' Green"
Blanchetown Road, Morgan, South Australia.

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