Black Honeyeaters in SE Qld (part 3)

Subject: Black Honeyeaters in SE Qld (part 3)
Date: Tue, 28 Jan 2003 06:59:26 +1100
Hi All,

Whilst Bribie Island and Abberton could lay claim to have the 'hottest' birding-
spots in SE Queensland, surely Samsonvale must be the number one birding site!
Once again it has come up with the 'goodies' in the shape of (possibly first
for SEQ?) Black Honeyeaters. Trevor & Kym Ford, Greg Anderson, Gavin Goodyear
and myself spent most of Monday searching at the Cemetery and finally caught up
with a male around 5pm.

Pics available at

Please contact me on 0409 264 725 for further info.

Tom Tarrant
Samsonvale Qld

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