Western Quail-thrush

To: Patrick Scully <>
Subject: Western Quail-thrush
From: John Tongue <>
Date: Wed, 17 Dec 2014 22:41:25 +1100
Hi Patrick,
Western was fairly recently split from Chestnut Breasted Quail-thrush, being 
what was formerly race marginatum.  It's found in central WA.  It has a 
brighter chestnut breasted, bordered above and below by more black.

One we still need!  :)

John Tongue,
Devonport, Tas.

On 17/12/2014, at 9:21 PM, Patrick Scully <> wrote:

> Hello fellow birders,
> I was reading the account of the WA Twitchathon and noticed a bit about 
> Western
> Quail-thrush.  I checked the IOC list and sure enough it was there.  What
> are the differences with the Western Quail-thrush? and where is it located
> please.
> Best wishes for the festive season and happy birding for 2015,
> Patrick Scully
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