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Birds seen in Tasmania and Macau (1 Viewer)

mjohnson0728

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Please confirm/identify these birds

Photo 1. Please identify - seen in Cotai, Macau
Photo 2. Please identify - seen in Port Arthur Historic site, Tasmania
Photo 3&4 are the same bird, is it a Brown or Tasmanian Thornbill ? - seen in City Park in Launceston, Tasmania.

I apologize for the poor quality photos.

Thank you in advance.

Michael
 

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mjohnson0728

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Thank you johnallcock for the feedback..

Anyone have any feedback for photos 2, 3 and 4? I would appreciate any feedback.

Thank you,

Michael
 

SteveClark

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Yellow-faced Honeyeater is not a Tasmanian species. I think this is an immature bird - either a Crescent or New Holland Honeyeater.
 

THE_FERN

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Yellow-faced Honeyeater is not a Tasmanian species. I think this is an immature bird - either a Crescent or New Holland Honeyeater.

I don't doubt your identification: I just looked at Wikipedia's list of Tasmanian birds since no-one was replying. I note, though, that ebird has records of yellow-faced from the NW of the island so perhaps it is there. (Never been to Tas: on the mainland I might call this juv/imm. yellow-faced but it's neither a great angle nor a great photo.)
 

mjh73

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Can't see a Little Wattlebird in #2 - yellow-green in wing? White underparts?

I'm tending to go with Steve's idea of NEw Holland HE, but wouldn't call it on this pic.

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