Yellow-faced Honeyeaters/ migration

Subject: Yellow-faced Honeyeaters/ migration
From: Muriel Brookield <>
Date: Tue, 28 Feb 2006 09:38:17 +1100
At Dead Horse Gap at the week-end there was the occasional small group (3-4) of YFHEs flying north towards the gap.

On the following day down at the Thredbo Diggings there were large numbers of YFHEs including a few still-dependent young in the trees near the river. The HEs were making the short dip-dip call, but not at that time taking off.

Interestingly on the Information Board at Dead Horse Gap which lists birds that migrate through there mention is made of Spotted Pardalotes but not Striated.


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