Blue-faced Honeyeater on Sydney's northern beaches

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Subject: Blue-faced Honeyeater on Sydney's northern beaches
From: Ricki Coughlan <>
Date: Mon, 11 Dec 2006 11:22:11 +1100
G'day birders

I've only been living on the northern beaches for 12 months, but I suspect that a Blue-faced Honeyeater would be a total rarity here (certainly my first). I was stopped at traffic lights near the Warriewood shopping mall at 8:45 this morning when one flew straight in front of my car and landed in a tree by the roadside.

Happy birding

Ricki Coughlan
Belrose, Sydney


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