|Subject:||Re: Regent Honeyeater in SA|
|Date:||Mon, 30 Aug 2004 09:18:45 +1000|
If this is a Regent HE it is the first in South Australia since the 1960's. Some may recall a possible Regent reported from SA last year (??). I regretfully suspect the result here will be the same.
For the record, the last sighting I'm aware of in SA was a bird at Burnside (all the detail I have) in 1977. Prior to that there are records up until 1967.
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