Happy New Year

To: Tracey Newcombe <>
Subject: Happy New Year
From: David Bishop <>
Date: Tue, 2 Jan 2018 02:18:50 +0000
Happy New Year to you too Tracey.

Scarlet Honeyeater is indeed a delightful species. We live in Armidale and a 
few years ago our Angophoras were in flower and we enjoyed and ‘invasion’ of 
these beautiful birds along with several others in the same family. This year 
just a few arrived but have stayed all summer, males singing away. I doubt I 
will ever forget the song.

P. O. Box 1234, Armidale, NSW 2350, Australia

> On Jan 2, 2018, at 11:53 AM, Tracey Newcombe < 
> <>> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> Had a bit of a thrill this morning to see a small flock of Scarlet 
> Honeyeaters in my front garden, in a crab-apple tree. We get loads of birds 
> here in south coast NSW on our small acreage, but this is the first time 
> we’ve seen this beautiful little bird. There were a few males, several 
> females and some young birds as well. They were in the tree for about twenty 
> minutes, had a great view from the front window. Good start to the birding 
> year!
> Cheers,
> Tracey
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