White Belly Pics

Black Bellied & White Bellied.
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Craig52
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G'day Sam, you got it right it's a yellow wing pytillia It flew past the shot at a split second to get that ghost image,looks good though. cheers Craig
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Craig52
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Forgot to mention,good whitebellies are not crimson in colour,they are more red and over all bodysize is smaller
cheers Craig
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ruthieharris
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Theres a good game for all ... Guess the Ghostbird lol !hehe bet everyones got a few of those photos
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Gerjanssen33
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Great birds Graig ,Youngsters from this year?
Enyoj to see them,my compliments. :thumbup: :thumbup:

Regards Ger Janssen.The Netherlands.
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wagga
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Great looking birds. Crimsons are one of my favourite birds in my aviaries.
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Diane
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natamambo wrote:BB an Aberdeen Finch looks like this:
http://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plik:Amadi ... 28l%29.jpg

These are white bellied crimsons. Very nice specimens too.

Apparently there are only about half a dozen pairs of Aberdeen in Oz.

Edit, sorry BB - were you answering the hidden question I just noticed?
I was, yes, no drama. I was hoping against hope that it might be one. :D Just basing the wild guess on the head colour on the ghost bird.
Diane
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gomer
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Thanks very much for the photos :thumbup: starting to build a home for some shortly.
Keeper of Australian Grass Finches
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desertbirds
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I have a home built already , send a pair my way. please !
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Absolutely stunning :D :D
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Zipman
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Drool very nice indeed!!!
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