Honeyeaters and exotic blossoms.

To: "Max O'Sullivan" <>, "birding Aus" <>
Subject: Honeyeaters and exotic blossoms.
From: Goodfellow <>
Date: Wed, 27 Sep 00 04:37:33 +0000
Hello All
I've seen Brown Honeyeaters pierce the base of buds of night-opening 
flowers.  I assume this ensures they can make use of a resource denied to 
other birds who prefer to go through the top of blossoms!

Denise Goodfellow (Lawungkurr Maralngurra)
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