|Subject:||Birdline and Regent Honeyeater|
|From:||"John Harris" <>|
|Date:||Wed, 11 Jun 2003 09:37:42 +1000|
I agree with Michael Norris about forwarding info on bird sightings to Stuart, but can someone tell me why the Regent Honeyeater, seen a short distance from Castlemaine, that has been hanging around 5 ironbark trees and seen by well-known, and prominent, B-A's has not yet been mentioned????????????
I believe that it has been there for about a month.
I will provide more info, shortly.
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