Hudwit at Werribee - white-tips to the tail

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Subject: Hudwit at Werribee - white-tips to the tail
From: robert morris <>
Date: Wed, 21 Jan 2009 08:45:54 +0000

When Dave Torr and I were watching the Hud'wit with Roy Bryant this morning, 
the bird fanned its tail and Roy pointed out narrow, but distinct white-tips to 
the tail feathers. I didn't think a lot of it at the time but having read some 
of the id. literature, apparently it's another good feature to look out for. 
Has anyone else noticed this?Rob Morris

Brisbane, Australia

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