Re: South Australian Apostlebirds and Regent Honeyeaters

Subject: Re: South Australian Apostlebirds and Regent Honeyeaters
From: Rohan Clarke <>
Date: Fri, 24 Jul 1998 09:46:17 +1000
Hi all,
At least three flocks of Apostlebirds are regularly seen on BA's Gluepot
Reserve (SA). If your visiting try the House Dam, Froggy Dam or Picnic Dam
as a flock of 20 plus can usually be found around each one. If you do find a
flock it's well worth sitting quietly for an hour or so to watch their
social interactions. 
To date the Regent Honeyeater has not been recorded on Gluepot. 
In addition to the six threatened species regularly recorded (Black-eared
Miner, Regent Parrot, Scarlet-chested Parrot (not so regular), Malleefowl,
Red-lored Whistler and Striated Grasswren) a seventh, the Painted
Honeyeater, was recently added to the list.

Cheers Rohan

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