Brown Songlark

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Subject: Brown Songlark
From: "Mark and Amanda Young" <>
Date: Fri, 14 Dec 2012 19:13:16 +1100
G'aday everyone,

I saw this small bird this morning at Long Reef Golf Course this morning. I
wasn't too sure what it was when I saw it in the field. I thought it might
have been some unusual grassbird, but that didn't seem quite right. The
underside and head reminded a bit of a Reed-warbler, but those upper
feathers didn't seem right either for it to be a Reed-warbler.

Now that I've gotten home and had a chance to look it up in Morcombe's, it
looks very similar to a female Brown Songlark. But I've only ever seen a
male Brown Songlark, and that was a few years ago, so I'm would love to get
the opinion of others as to what they think this bird might be.




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