|To:||'John Gamblin' <>|
|Subject:||Cawling David Geering or ........|
|From:||"Mules, Michael" <>|
|Date:||Wed, 6 Dec 2000 11:00:15 +1000|
I'll have a go. My guess would be a Yellow-faced Honeyeater, as it is the only species around the Mornington Peninsula to even remotely fit the description. It is the only Lichenostomus honeyeater (apart from the Eungella and Bridled Honeyeaters of FNQld) to have yellow above black on the face. I hope this helped.
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Any other person out there with a huge interest in
It has a wishy washy pale yellow eye mask with a
A cute song like call of high notes that sounds like
Main body coloring is similar to a wattlebird but with
It's living off of nectar and pollen? very small in
Fast flight in short bursts.
Gorgeous little fella and not that afraid of humans?
Anyone want to have a go at naming it please?
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