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Nathan Rowe
Nathan Rowe 6 years ago

They can be difficult! There's significant dimorphism that lets them look like other species. Keep at it.

RachaelB 6 years ago

That looks like a good guess, I'll see if anyone else can confirm. I'm struggling with all these female and immature birds. Males are just so much easier to ID!

Nathan Rowe
Nathan Rowe 6 years ago

I'm not familiar with these but common would be the female, White Winged Triller.

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Victoria, Australia

Lat: -36.52, Long: 142.02

Spotted on Nov 4, 2013
Submitted on Nov 10, 2013

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