Hybridisation in Chats

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Subject: Hybridisation in Chats
From: "Ken & Vivien Harris" <>
Date: Tue, 14 Oct 2008 15:43:48 +1100
Mark Barter and I have just returned from a trip into the Bookmark area.  In 
Danggali we saw a male Crimson Chat in the company of a female Orange Chat.  
There were no other chats in the area and the birds were acting very much as a 
pair.  Has anyone seen or heard of this behaviour in Chats before.
Ken Harris

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