Black Honeyeaters

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Subject: Black Honeyeaters
From: "Jo Wieneke" <>
Date: Thu, 5 Dec 2002 15:09:14 +1000
This year has seen the first records of Black and Pied Honeyeaters  in Townsville. The Pieds showed up in mistletoes at the Town Common at the end of September and the first Blacks were in the same spot on October 19th. Since then there have been further sightings of a flock of about 15 Black Honeyeaters at the Dept of Primary Industry property at Oonoomba last week and last weekend a pair of males and a female in woodland near Belgian Gardens cemetery. There's also been the usual seasonal influx of Little Friarbirds in greater numbers than usual so that they currently outnumber the Helmeteds.
Jo Wieneke
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