Banyule Flat (Melbourne): shovelers and white-naped honeyeaters

Subject: Banyule Flat (Melbourne): shovelers and white-naped honeyeaters
Date: Sat, 2 Jun 2001 14:08:17 +1000

Of possible interest for local birders: during a quick look this morning, there
were at least 7 shovelers (4 male 3 female), along with the usual ducks (perhaps
more grey teal than usual).  This species is uncommon on this swamp, although
one (probably immature) has been there intermittently for some time.  At least
one pair of hardhead was present (two pairs have been regular recently).  Also,
a group of three white-naped honeyeaters flew over this morning (passing

Cheers, Richard.

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