Odd bird at Point Cook

To: "brian fleming" <>, <>, <>
Subject: Odd bird at Point Cook
From: "michael norris" <>
Date: Thu, 12 Oct 2006 21:55:20 +1000
I tend to agree too. Chris Tzaros told me that Singing Honeyeaters breed in Altona and further west by Port Phillip Bay.

They are now staying and nesting in Bayside, having been recorded in all
months since November 2004. I don't know of them occurring other than occasionally between here and Altona.

But they may go again as they were around and nesting from May 1994 to
September 1996 before being almost absent for 8 years.

Michael Norris
Bayside, Melbourne

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