Re: Howes Valley

Subject: Re: Howes Valley
From: "Peter Ewin" <>
Date: Tue, 15 Feb 2005 12:03:34 +1100
Grey gums are also flowering around the edges of the Woronora plateau so areas along the eastern edge of the southern cumberland plain may be worth a look as well?

Subject: [BIRDING-AUS] Re: Howes Valley
Date: Tue, 15 Feb 2005 11:33:25 +1100

Colin wrote "Things of interest at Howes Valley today: ............
The Greygums are in blossom with Little Lorikeets feeding in them."

Just the sort of conditions that would attract Regent Honeyeaters.  For
those able to, I would encourage birdwatchers to search the area and
(please) report any Regent Honeyeaters immediately.


David Geering
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Department of Environment & Conservation
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Dubbo  NSW  2830
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