Migrating honeyeaters (and other birds)

To: <>, "Carol Probets" <>
Subject: Migrating honeyeaters (and other birds)
From: "Reid" <>
Date: Mon, 24 May 2004 14:27:37 +1000
An idle question.

Does anyone know if all the Australian species that are migratory have been
fully identified as being migratory and, if so, has anyone ever produced
route maps of the routes that the various species follow?  Or do they just
sort of flood north and south in a sort of a broad wave, as the spirit moves


Ralph Reid

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