Regent Honeyeater at Anstead

Subject: Regent Honeyeater at Anstead
From: Rod Gardner <>
Date: Sat, 20 Jun 2009 10:02:04 +1000

There was a Regent Honeyeater at Anstead Bush Reserve, in the west of
Brisbane, this morning. It was just down from the water tank at the top of
the bitumen road. Coming from Brisbane, turn left off Mount Crosby Road
into Hawkesbury Road, and go to the second (smaller) car park on the right,
which is where the bitumen road starts (not accessible).

Three other birders saw the bird this morning: Colin Reid, Robert Dougherty
and Stuart Warren.

There is good flowering of Spotted and Grey gums at the moment. Other good
birds this morning included Musk Lorikeets, Painted Button-quail,
White-bellied Cuckoo-shrike, Speckled Warbler, Striped Honeyeater, Rose
Robin, Apostlebirds, and hundreds of Noisy Friarbirds, and lots of LIttle




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