Swamp Mahogany in flower

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Subject: Swamp Mahogany in flower
From: Chris <>
Date: Fri, 10 May 2002 16:29:39 +1000
At Primbee, about 15 km S ofollongong, NSW, the flowering is sporadic
with some trees bursting while others are still in bud.  This year
there are lots of New Holland Hes and, for the first time, Rainbow
Lorikeets with the usual few Scarlet Hes and Silvereyes.  There has been
only a few Yellow-faced and no White-naped Hes yet.  A few years ago
when they flowered well Yellow-faced were common with small flocks of
White-naped present.  
No Swift Parrots so far but we are looking.
Cheers  Chris
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