Brush Cuckoo

Subject: Brush Cuckoo
From: REID Colin <>
Date: Wed, 28 Nov 2001 08:32:08 +1000
        Took a walk around the Boondall Wetlands board walk at Nudgee,
Brisbane north side, this morning before work. Nothing overly exceptional,
but had great views of a Brush Cuckoo. However, despite three quarter
frontal views from about 15 m could not see any barring under the tail. The
individual was calling strongly and perched happily among the mangroves for
several minutes. Is it usual not to see the white under tail barring? is
there a race or subspecies that does not show the barring? or is it just
difficult to see? In Morecombe it appears very obvious.   

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