Painted Honeyeaters

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Subject: Painted Honeyeaters
From: "David Cameron" <>
Date: Sun, 21 Oct 2001 23:02:20 +1000
Hi Robert,
The Painted Honeyeater is one bird that has eluded me. Would you mind telling where near Dunkeld you saw them. I'm often over that way birding and I love to check them out. ;~)
A friend and I spent today climbing Mt Abrupt from the western side and we spotted a few interesting species. We saw 3 Lathan's Snipe high up on the slopes which surprised us. We also had a wonderful view of an Eastern Spinebill as it fed only a few feet away from us on the track. Lots of other birds to, but nothing out of the ordinary.
David Cameron
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