|Subject:||Re: Honeyeater migration at Katoomba|
|Date:||Fri, 7 May 2004 11:52:44 +1000|
I was only speaking to someone this morning about honeyeater migration and the fact that White-naped numbers, to date, seem to be well down on previous years. Questions were asked about whether the migration was late (particularly in light of a paucity of Swift Parrot records) or whether the drought was having an impact.
Then Carol posts something about the migration commencing over Katoomba. I note, however, that White-naped account for only (?) 30% of the birds. Carol might be able to comment on how all this relates to previous years.
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