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Subject: Honeyeaters
From: "A.S. Katon" <>
Date: Sun, 13 Jul 2003 12:34:40 +1000
Hello All,
Today I saw 3 species of honeyeater, the Brown-headed, Eastern Spinebill and the Lewin's within a few minutes, probing the same area on a Eucalyptus tree. On closer inspection of the tree, the area they were interested in was a damaged area with visible sap. Do fellow birders know wether honeyeaters consume tree sap or were they possibly just looking for insects.
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