I thought I'd go with a rather more conventional looking bird this week.
This is an Australian Brush-Turkey (Alectura lathami). It can be found on the east coast of Australia basically from southern NewSouth Wales north. This bird seemed rather stressed at the time I saw it - it was early July and it was clear that some of the other people watching the bird were American, and they may have been thinking about traditional feasts.
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PS: Replies and visits may be a bit thin on the ground this week - we have migrants from the Northern Hemisphere visiting!