Bill Jolly <>, birding australia <>
Grant Brosie <>
Sun, 3 Jun 2007 19:46:34 +1000 (EST)
Ok I'm gonna sound like a complete fool here but I've
always found this as a handy guide when identifying
robins..........repeat I've found.
Rose Robins are more fantail like in behaviour and
look. More stream line, slender. Tail appears long for
Scarlet Robins are a 'typical' robin shape, stocky and
round. Sorta like a Yellow Robin.
Bill, to me your bird is a Rose Robin. After saying
that, I've never seen an uncoloured Rose with that
breast colouring before. A very handsome bird indeed.
yours in birding,
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