Interesting indeed, but their claim is not right.
Sure, it's been proved that there's a dark morph of the Steller's, which is
something the critics have been arguing about for decades, but it doesn't
actually prove that there was not 2 species of Steller's Sea Eagle, at one time
in the past.
On Behalf Of Laurie Knight
Sent: Wednesday, 29 September 2010 10:02 AM
To: Birding Aus
Subject: Dark Steller's sea eagle solves 100 year debate
An interesting item on an extremely rare dark phase bird
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