Migrating Silvereyes

Subject: Migrating Silvereyes
From: Carol Probets <>
Date: Fri, 3 May 2002 10:53:25 +1100
Clive Meadows mentioned Silvereyes passing overhead in the darkness at
5.45am at Faulconbridge in the lower Blue Mountains.

Here at Katoomba, I have often heard flocks of Silvereyes going over in the
very early hours of the morning, from around 2 or 3am until just before
dawn, especially in early autumn before the honeyeater migration starts.
Can't say I've heard them this year - at last I'm trying to keep more
sensible hours!


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