Painted Honeyeater

Subject: Painted Honeyeater
From: Lawrie Conole <>
Date: Mon, 7 Apr 1997 13:54:12 +1100 (EETDT)
Yes, I know, it sounds like a broken record ... but here I am soliciting
your observations of Painted Honeyeaters again. 

I still have virtually no data from outside the densely populated (by
humans) southeastern corner.  What do Painted Honeyeaters do in winter? 
Keep it in mind if you're travelling through western Qld, or inside the
northeastern tablelands (Atherton, Mount Carbine, &tc.), or through the
Gulf Country (Qld) - Top End (NT).  Any data from this area would be a 
great help.

At this time of year Painted Honeyeaters should be on the move out of
southeastern Australia, so records in, near and out of the southeast would
also be most welcome at this time. 

Contact me for information sheets and data forms if you would like to
help.  The general rationale of my Painted Honeyeater project can be
perused either on the Birds Australia (RAOU) web site at

or on the Birding-Aus web site at

Cheers -- Lawrie

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