Help with bird ID

To: "'bird'" <>
Subject: Help with bird ID
From: L&L Knight <>
Date: Sat, 25 Feb 2006 19:13:32 +1000
The eye and wing posture suggest a robin - perhaps it is an immature

On Saturday, February 25, 2006, at 06:48  PM, Mike Simpson wrote:

I have been touring around southern NSW for the past two weeks with a pair
of non-birder relatives from the UK. However I did manage to take them
through the Capertee Valley to Glen Davies one day, and to spend some time
in Merimbula on the NSW South Coast.

Glen Davis was great with Turquoise Parrot, White-winged Chough,
White-browed Treecreeper seen among a lot of others I was more familiar
with. However one little brown bird was not familiar to me, and checking the
books was of no help, please see and let me know what this one is:-

In Merimbula, we stayed on a 100 acre property, Robyn's Nest, and were
surrounded by birds, many honeyeaters such as New Holland Honeyeaters,
Little and Red Wattlebirds, Bell Miners, White-Breasted SeaEagles, Eastern Curlew and Bar-tailed Godwit were seen every day and even a Bassian Thrush
put in an appearance.

Regards, Mike Simpson
Penrith, NSW, Australia

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