Blue-faced Honeyeater

To: "'Alan McBride'" <>, "'Michael Hunter'" <>, <>
Subject: Blue-faced Honeyeater
From: "Edwin Vella" <>
Date: Tue, 14 Mar 2006 19:45:53 +1100

The golf course at Wisemans Ferry is also another good site for Blue-faced Honeyeaters and within the northern limits of Sydney. The only place I have been able to add them to my Sydney list.


Edwin Vella


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From: [ On Behalf Of Alan McBride
Sent: Monday, 13 March 2006 12:58 PM
To: Michael Hunter;
Subject: Re: [BIRDING-AUS] Blue-faced Honeyeater


Hi Michael et al,

The Half-Way House Truck stop is a recognised 'site' for this bird and is probably about the closest to Sydney it can reliably be seen.

Interestingly about 5 – 10 km north is a good area for Regent Honeyeaters too and both may be seen on the same trip within close proximity to each other – possibly!

Between the two sites are many Noisy Friarbirds with which both associate.



Alan McBride

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On 13/03/06 11:00, "Michael Hunter" <> wrote:

> There was a Blue-faced Honeyeater in the eucalypts next to the "Half-way
> House Truckstop" garage on the Putty Road late yesterday afternoon.
>                                     Cheers
>                                            Michael
> Michael Hunter
> Mulgoa Valley
> 50km west of Sydney Harbour Bridge
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