White - Naped Honeyeater

Subject: White - Naped Honeyeater
From: Peter Pfeiffer <>
Date: Mon, 15 Jul 1996 12:57:46 +0930
Hi , 

I was out walking with the family in the Sturt Gorge CP in the Adelaide
Hills and saw a WN Honeyeater feeding on Golden Wattle at about 30cm away.
 How close have others been to different birds in their natural habitat
without disturbing them ?

Other interesting birds were :

red-browed finch
superb fairy-wren
grey (white ) goshawk
mistletoe bird 
 and the  adelaide rosellas , still the best coloured rosellas about.


Peter Pfeiffer


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