Possible wagtail in Adelaide

Subject: Possible wagtail in Adelaide
From: Phil Hansbro <>
Date: Thu, 02 Oct 2003 13:56:00 +1000
I have seen many reports of birds that never turned out to be what was reported but given the description and experience of the observer I would be surprised if the bird wasn't indeed a Wagtail. All of the "similar species" mentioned should be easily eliminated by an experienced observer with the briefest of views.


Dr Phil Hansbro
Vaccines Immunity/Infection Viruses and Asthma (VIVA) Group
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(Faculty of Health, University of Newcastle)
David Maddison Clinical Sciences Building
Royal Newcastle Hospital
Newcastle NSW 2300
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