Re: eucy flowering and nectarivorous birds

Subject: Re: eucy flowering and nectarivorous birds
From: Darren Vandenberg <>
Date: Mon, 10 Feb 2003 21:57:16 +1100

Is this an isolated flowering patch or is it likely that flowering might be widespread through the Victorian Goldfields this winter?

Chris/David, I was up at Kamarooka State Park (North-East
of Bendigo) a week ago, and counted a dozen or so Musk
Lorikeets feeding on the nectar/blossom of the Kamarooka
Mallees on the south border of the park. They have been
flowering for months, so I don't know why it's taken the
Lorikeets so long to find them. No sign of the Yellow Tufted
Honeyeaters that normally frequent this area though. Birding-Aus is on the Web at
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