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Eastern Yellow Robin

Eopsaltria australis

Description:

The Eastern Yellow Robin is a medium sized robin. It has a grey back and head, and yellow underparts. Southern birds have an olive-yellow rump, while in northern birds it is brighter yellow. The throat is off-white and, in flight, there is a pale off-white wing bar. The bill is black. Both sexes are similar in plumage colour and pattern, but the female is slightly smaller. Young Eastern Yellow Robins are rufous-brown. The plumage has some paler streaks, which are confined to the wings when the birds are a little older.

Habitat:

Spotted in the Border Ranges National Park amongst rainforest trees.

Notes:

I only managed to get one good shot unfortunately as they rarely sat still!

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AliceGreenup
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AliceGreenup

New South Wales, Australia

Spotted on Apr 21, 2014
Submitted on Apr 21, 2014

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