Monday, August 6, 2012

A female Red Wattlebird?


This bird was spotted in my neighbour's backyard within minutes of spotting the first Red Wattlebird a few days ago. However, this bird is slightly longer than the bird I have identified as a Red Wattlebird. The grey coloured Wattlebird made no sounds during my sighting of it and I've only ever seen one of this bird at any given sighting.

Whilst doing an Google image search for Red Wattlebirds, there are plain looking grey coloured Red Wattlebirds that do not appear to have a noticable yellow belly. However, I need to get a better closeup of this particular bird so I can identify it more accurately.

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