White Figbird in Brisbane

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Subject: White Figbird in Brisbane
From: "Steve" <>
Date: Mon, 31 Dec 2007 10:21:41 +1000
Hello everyone.An unusual sight this morning in Shorncliffe (Northern Suburb
of Brisbane) all white Figbird! The bird has dark eyes and a faint buff
coloured area on one wing but is mainly all white. I saw this bird a few
days ago but not well enough to identify. About five years ago I saw a
similar bird in the area ..could it be the same one? How long do Figbirds
live? Rain is hampering my attempts to get a picture.

Steve Murray


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