White-streaked Honeyeater at Mount Molloy, NQ.

Subject: White-streaked Honeyeater at Mount Molloy, NQ.
From: Del Richards <>
Date: Sun, 09 Oct 2011 14:48:39 +1000
Whilst guiding last Monday I had the good fortune to observe a White-streaked Honeyeater in Mount Molloy. The bird was feeding in callistamon and grevillea before being chased by a Blue-faced Honeyeater. The following morning the bird was photographed by David Crawford and judged by Lloyd Nielsen to be a first year individual. This appeares to be an extralimital record for this Cape York endemic about 80 kilometres south of the nearest population at Shipton's Flat south of Cooktown.

Del. Richards, Fine Feather Tours, Mossman, NQ.

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