More Bird Ident

To: Steve Sheers <>, birding-aus Aus <>
Subject: More Bird Ident
From: martin cachard <>
Date: Wed, 19 Mar 2014 22:23:33 +1100

hi Steve,
glad that your sharp-tailed sp were resolved for you...
with these 2, I can offer the following help:
bird #8 - Inland Thornbill, the video kept getting outside of my screen, so not 
sure if the bird cocked it's tail while singing, as I couldn't see what 
happened after the initial frame or so... nevertheless, the call clinches it 
anyway, which I could still hear despite the loss of view of bird, assuming 
it's the same bird calling... but on plumage alone i'm happy to stick my neck 
out & plumage tells me it's good for a Inland Thornbill.bird #9: imm or adult 
female Aust Figbird - despite the call on video being clearly that of a Yellow 
Oriole sneezing, the bird image is of an imm or adult female Aust 
Figbird...hope this helps... cheers, martin cachard, cairns   > From: 

> Date: Wed, 19 Mar 2014 19:40:43 +1100
> To: 
> Subject: [Birding-Aus] More Bird Ident
> Hi,
> I have a couple of more birds that I am totally confused about
> Bird #8
> Bird #9
> Thanks for the help  with the Sandpipers.
> Regard
> Steve Sheers.
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