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Liam.m wrote:
16 Jul 2024
Hi @KylieWaldon, there’s a few ways to tell, but it can be difficult sometimes, especially in strange lighting. Square tailed would have a more obvious pale head, barred ‘fingertips’, a clear black band on the end of the tail, and would overall be a lot more mottled than this bird. This also looks like a young black kite (hence the pale streaks and darker bit around the ears), which can add to the confusion. Hope this helps!

Milvus migrans
HelenCross wrote:
15 Jul 2024
Very strange!

Petroica boodang
Trevor wrote:
15 Jul 2024
@HelenCross I couldn't work out what it was, but maybe you are right. It could be a spider.

Petroica boodang
HelenCross wrote:
15 Jul 2024
Is that a spider on its head?!

Petroica boodang
Trevor wrote:
23 Jun 2024
@KylieWaldon I wasn't sure on this one, but was leaning towards Brown Treecreeper.

Climacteris picumnus victoriae

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