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Subject: Potential for Regent Honeyeaters on NSW 
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Hi David and Birders

I'm just back from Chiltern, Vic, where the "Muggas" were in good  
early =
flowering and really full of Little Lorikeets, Turquoise Parrots, =
Red-rumped Parrrots, Yellow Rosellas, Eastern Rosellas, Fuscous =
H/eaters, White-plumed H/eaters, Yellow-tufted H/eaters, Little =
Friarbirds and Noisy Friarbirds, for starters, and in big numbers. Not 
a =
sign of Regent H/eaters there, but it looks like things are just 
getting =
under way. Locals may care to keep an eye on this.

Noticed some White Boxes in the Albury area in bud.

Regards - Ricki

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