Striped honeyeater and mangrove gerygone

Subject: Striped honeyeater and mangrove gerygone
From: Arron Davies <>
Date: Sun, 9 Sep 2001 00:18:34 -0700 (PDT)
Hi folks,

about this time we usually start to see some reports
of striped honeyeaters nesting on the Central Coast
(NSW). Is anyone able to tell me of a site where these
can currently and reliably be seen - I've had a number
of unsuccessful trips looking for this (my jinx bird)
so would like to know of an exact location. 

Also, someone reported seeing mangrove gerygone at
Coon Island (Swansea). Is this a reliable location for
this species ?

thanks in advance
Arron Davies

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