birding-aus Honeyeaters and Bees

To: Penny Drake-Brockman <>, "" <>
Subject: birding-aus Honeyeaters and Bees
From: morris <>
Date: Sat, 13 Feb 1999 21:04:03 +1100

Hi Penny,
While I have no knowledge of Red Wattlebirds feeding on the introduced
honeybee, Noisy Friarbirds, and Spiney-cheeked Honeyeater and the
Drongos are all documented as eaters of Honeybees and the Common Myna
was recently obsered killing bees (that were attempting to set up a hive
in their nest hole). References are available.

Alan Morris

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