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White-throated Gerygone

Gerygone albogularis rogersi

Description:

A very small grey brown bird with a white throat and spot on forehead, distinctive bright yellow underparts and a white-tipped tail. It has a [distinctive] red eye [in the sunlight]. (Birdlife Australia)

Habitat:

In sparse trees near the waste water treatment wetlands.

Notes:

I have been waiting to get a non-blurry, full image of this bird for ages. Reference: The Michael Morcombe eGuide to Australian Birds, Mobile App. Reference: "Field Guide to the Birds of Australia", Simpson & Day, p188-89

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Spotted on Oct 18, 2015
Submitted on Oct 19, 2015

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