Black Honeyeater

Subject: Black Honeyeater
From: Deb Colbourne <>
Date: Sun, 22 Dec 2002 18:18:55 -0800 (PST)
Now we know things are dry, as on one of those 40
degree days, up on the our block of land north of
Violet Town, a Black Honeyeater appeared in a large
Golden Wattle up on our ridge, the first for our place
and a real highlight. The Hooded Robins are feeding
young, as are the Diamond Firetails at present. We
have had large groups of Brown-headed H/Es braving all
and venturing to drink in the muddy puddle left in the
bottom of our deep dam. 

Nice one Niven!!

Happy Xmas

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