Identification Help Requested

Subject: Identification Help Requested
From: Eric Tull <>
Date: Thu, 05 Feb 2009 12:35:21 -0700
Further to my original posting. I have received conflicting opinions on two of the videos.

I also received comments that the files were too large. So I am posting smaller files of the two species in question. I think the videos are still of sufficient quality - I am afraid to reduce them further. The videos are at (12mb) (7mb)

I would appreciate any further help in identifying these birds.

Many thanks and good birding

Eric Tull
Calgary Canada

Feb. 3, 2009

We are Canadian birders. We visited Australia for 4 months in 2007. We saw a great deal of your wonderful country and many many wonderful birds!

Brooke used her video camera to photograph as many of the birds as possible. She has three videos of birds whose identity we are not certain of. In each case we hoped we had seen the rarer species, but suspect her videos may be of the commoner species. We would welcome identification help from more experienced birders.

The videos are at (50mb) (17mb) (30mb)
(I have included the size of the files - they will be slow to load unless you have a high speed connection.)

You could respond to the list or to me privately.

Many thanks and good birding

Eric Tull and Brooke Clibbon

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