Re: Bell Miners in central Victoria

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Subject: Re: Bell Miners in central Victoria
From: "J & C Krohn" <>
Date: Wed, 20 Jun 2001 20:59:44 +1000

Thanks for your response.  That number of observations from outside the
"normal" range of the species (at least seven in the past 20 years) suggests
that dispersion may be a more common phenomenon among Bell Miners than (at
least) my impression.  Maybe they'll displace the Noisy Miners?  It was
interesting that there was a good variety of canopy species in the area,
including White-plumed Honeyeaters in the immediate vicinity of the Bell
Miners, and my general impression of the canopy was that it seemed to be in
reasonable health.  Sad to see vitually no ground-feeding species, though.



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