I wondered about Rufous Whistler, a bird I know well. But my friend said it
was about the same size as the thornbills it was with.
on 19/3/12 8:29 AM, martin cachard at wrote:
> Hi Denise I would say that bird is a young & heavily-marked Rufous Whistler.
> Martin Cachard Cairns 0428 782 808
>> Date: Mon, 19 Mar 2012 03:54:44 +0930
>> Subject: [Birding-Aus] Speckled warbler?
>> A friend living in Victoria photographed this bird, I think at Werribee.
>> Could a Birding Aus chatliner identify it please?
>> The photographs are at http://flic.kr/p/buUgp8
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